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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.

 Yesterday I wore a handknit cardigan, scarf, hat, and fingerless gloves. I was basically covered in a layer of yarn from the waist up. I also went yarn shopping, which is a luxury that as a grad student I only allow myself when I have a specific project in mind. I have some exciting craft-swaps in the pipeline, so I got to choose some pretty new stuff today. I love starting projects. 

All this to say that I am feeling extra sweet on knitting these days. It's getting me through my classes, my commute, and keeping my hands busy while I worry about my grades, and wonder if my friends will still like me at the end of my degree even though I haven't seen most of them in months.

Getting dressed every morning is probably the most fun part of my day, which is less sad than it sounds. I just like treating each day like an elaborate game of dress-up. It's especially fun on days where I have businessy meetings, workshops with teenagers, and social plans, without any stops at home in between. Clothing puzzles!! Enough about me. Let's get to the styling, shall we? Today's garment of choice is the delightful Luggala.


Is this sweater a sass machine, or is this sweater a sass machine?? Lots of variations on this exact outfit would be amazing; black slim pants with ballet flats, or bright skinny jeans with wool socks and combat boots, or those weirdly awesome spiky kneepad leggings with killer heels (if you just clicked on that link and lost all respect you once had for my sartorial prowess, believe me that I thought those were bizarre until I saw them on an actual human, and she looked really tough and really cool). This top has a classic shape, with some modern details that could read elegant or funky depending on what you wear it with. I think you could get away with just about anything as long as you watch the silhouette- don't put anything with too much volume above the hem of the sweater- you can wear it like a dressy pullover or like a hoodie.

Here. I'll show you.

Luggala lotsa ways

How will you wear Luggala?