Mix and Match Cardigans


How do you wear YOUR cardigan?


For us, it’s all about mixing and matching sets, layering colors and patterns, and changing it up every which way. Buttoned, belted, open, tied. So many ways to wear cardis!


Mix It

For a fresh take, try color blocking. Bright swaths of different colors add charisma and fun to your wardrobe, and it’s even more fun when you know you can’t go wrong. Swap out any of the shells from our matching cardigan sets with another one in a different color. Choose subdued tones for a subtle look, or bright hues to create a bold fashion statement. Either way, it’s a modern, on-trend outfit that will take you anywhere.


Solids are great, but prints are even more fun. Mix up your cardigan style with a patterned shirt. Notice how our Perfect Shirts ™ and embellished tees go great with all our cardis? That’s no accident! The whole fall spectrum was chosen with mixing and matching in mind. With the right accessories, this look can dress up for a touch of weekday refinement, or dress down for a relaxing weekend.


Match It

Our EveryWear™, Merino Mix, and Silk*Cotton cardigans are available with coordinating shells. Of course these go perfectly with each other, but the tops can also be paired with different cardis without fear – all our fall colors are consistent across the entire collection. Plus, so many of our other tops and tanks complement the cardigans, offering you a color-on-color layered look. Perfect for when you want a little polish and sophistication. It’s a timeless look we love, and always flawless to fall back on.


Layer It

Don’t stop with a cardi and top! Add some layered jewelry or a vibrant scarf. Try belting your cardigan. Button it up, wear it open, tie the hem in a flirty knot.


Have fun with our fabulous fall cardis – you’ll look fantastic, no matter how you wear them!


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