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Happy Friday fashion fans!! This weekend marks the beginning of one of my favorite things about spring and summer; leaving town for the weekend! I volunteer at a pretty amazing weeklong summer camp, and this weekend is our staff orientation. It's supposed to be chilly and cloudy, with a small chance of snow, and I am defiantly packing a swimsuit. 


I am also packing wooly sweaters and socks, including several I've made Twist patterns (Channa, Riverdale, Empoisonnee). I do find myself wishing I had made one of these though. Hello again, Regent



Regent, in off-white, beltedRegent, pinned closed



I have strong and specific memories of styling this sweater when we first published this lovely pattern in the Spring/Summer 2012 issue. It was shortly after we started doing Style Fridays, and I was still learning how to use Polyvore. I definitely remember clicking something by accident and deleting all my work. Oops! 



cuff and ruffleback, in eggplant



Whatever yarn you choose for your Regent, this is a sweater that can take you anywhere. It's a swimsuit coverup in linen, an elegant formal sweater in silk/cashmere, or a feminine blazer in wooly tweed. In a neutral like this, I feel like Regent can stand up to some bright colors and bold patterns! 




How will you wear Regent