Sweater Weather Has Arrived! Are You Ready?

patranila wears long black cardigan

2020 has me looking forward to sweater weather more than any year in history. There’s something about covering up (or hiding) that really appeals to me right now. I can’t quite put my finger on what it is that makes me yearn to tuck myself away though.

Yeah right.

Election years and COVID fatigue aside, cardigans have always been a favorite staple of mine even though they sometimes get a bad rap. Honestly, they can be a little dumpy sometimes but personally, I think it’s all in the styling.

Take this cashmere/wool blend cardigan I picked up during the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale. Paired with camouflage faux leather leggings, snappy ballet flats, and a sleek leather backpack, there’s nothing dumpy about it. It’s perfect for tooling around running errands or strolling by the river.

black woman wears long black cardigan holding a black leather backpack
A great cardigan can be an excellent hero piece in a casual fall outfit.


Outfit Details: Cardigan :: Camo Leggings (don’t wait, they sell out fast!) :: Leather Backpack c/o Parker Clay :: Crinkle Patent Ballet Flats c/o FitFlop



patranila wears long black cardigan
My first socially-distanced photo shoot. I think it went pretty well.

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In addition to this black one, I also grabbed it in the heather tan cobblestone color as well. I love it!

I’ve rounded up a few cardigans for your shopping pleasure and they’re all under $100! Happy Fall, Beauty!

Cardigans for under $100



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