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Twist Style Friday: Sympatico
Every Friday we feature one of the garments from the magazine in a post about styling. We suggest different ways to wear the garment in question using mock-ups from Polyvore. We encourage readers to tell us what they think about these outfits via our Facebook page or Twitter, and if folks want to make their own outfits, please tweet them at us with the hashtag #twiststyle. You can find all of the Style Friday posts here.
Happy Friday everyone! I don't know what the climate is like where you all are, but I know I have been pulling out the handknits in the last couple of weeks. My trusty cardigans are getting some serious airtime, and so are some of my knitted accessories. Today I was wearing three knitted items- a toque, a lacy scarf, and a cardigan- all made at different times and with different yarns- and all of them were basically the same color. I tend to gravitate towards the same three or four color families for my knitting, and with the exception of hot pink, which I love in all contexts, they aren't the same colors I gravitate towards in clothing I buy ready-made. Has anyone else noticed this patten? Or a different pattern in terms of your color-love?
There she is- this week's featured garment- Sympatico. She's the exact thing you want to have on a chilly grey day, especially if you have a delicate scarf to tuck into the collar, and most especially if that scarf is in a contrasting color and peeks out just a little bit. Wonderful. Those pockets are perfect, and the wide button bands create really lovely vertical lines. It's crisp and elegant without being structured or fussy. This sweater will make you look put together, but like you didn't really have to try to look that way. Speaking of effortless (seeming) elegance; this sweater makes me think of Jackie O. You'll see that influence in the set I made. It's a little bit buttoned-up, a little bit saucy, a little bit 60's, and a whole lot of now. Check the shoes- I really went to town on those.
That mustard dress at the top left- that's the hue I was wearing in triplicate this morning. I don't know about you folks, but I really want a Sympatico to wear over every single one of my dresses- and I want that bespectacled frock for myself, immediately. How will you wear yours?