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.



I am sitting in my friend Krista's kitchen, and the door to her little porch is open. I had to put socks on to sit and drink my coffee and write to you all this morning, but I am sitting in natural light and actual air! Spring, as they say, has finally sprung. Krista and I have been friends for nearly a decade, and have not grown tired of slumber parties. Currently, we are sitting with our laptops back to back, like we were playing a game of battleship. Krista is also part of team crop-top confidence, and we are planning a summer of dreams. 


This style post is a double feature, and probably you know what that means. It means our next issue is almost done baking, and we just have to test the center and let it cool a bit before we can share. It's not my work, so it's not bragging if I tell you it is dripping with pretty and you should be very, very excited. 


Last week, we looked at the men's version of Joist, and today we will take a closer look at the feminine version. 


Photo of men and women's Joist sweaters, modeled in the woods.


You've seen her as a woodsy sort of lady, but I think she can travel. She can be bookish, artsy, twee, and even elegant. Joist is versatile. You can probably guess which of the below outfits is my favorite; it boasts half a menagerie. 

four outfits with Joist

Let's take a look at the second star of today's show. Sulwen is no one's second fiddle. 


Sulwen is a grey sweater with raglan sleeves and lace patterning on the shoulders and arms, with a boat-neck.



This top is like a grown-up, elegant version of the baseball-style shirts I wore as a teenager. The wide neckline adds an easy grace, and the texture on the arms is just delicious. This is a fantastic basic. I am just beginning to learn the joys of having basics in your wardrobe; they really facilitate the wearing of wacky shoes. I think you could wear Sulwen with pretty much anything: jeans, yoga pants, tutus, tuxedo pants, pencil skirts with Bart Simpson's face on them, etc. I hope you agree. 

three outfits with Sulwen



How will you wear Sulwen and Joist