Gestuz has always been present in my wardrobe and season after season I always find something I fall head over heels in love with. This season their knitwear has been incredible and this grey belted cardigan is here to back me up. Now in the sale (YES WAY!) this cardigan comes in 4 different colours and also a shorter version. Quality is what you get with Gestuz and I can certainly vouch for the longevity of their pieces.
I've become obsessed with &OtherStories knitwear this season. The price is a little higher than some high street stores but it's quality you're paying for here. This gorgeous wool blend cardi is 34% Alpaca and 34% Wool making it super soft and warm as hell. Obviously I'm drawn to the neutral colour but also check out those slouchy pockets...winning!
As I mentioned last week I sort of have this colour crush on gloomy greens so this khaki chunky knit cardigan is right up my street. It's a batwing style so has plenty of movement but as it only has 3/4 length sleeves I would suggest wearing a sweater, perhaps a polo neck, underneath so you have full coverage on your arms.
If you ever read my 'Where I like to Shop' post then you might have seen me mention YesStyle. I love YesStyle and I visit the site about 4 times a week. I currently have this dusky pink cardigan in my basket along with about ten other knits! Shipping can take a few weeks, the longest I've had to wait is three, but it's so worth it in the end.
Cosy cardigans are possible one of the best things ever to lounge around in which is why for my fifth and final cardi on the countdown I've chosen a loungewear brand. I've got to the age where I actually give myself a loungewear allowance and I invest in nice loungewear rather than the cheaper options which lose all appeal after one wash. Micha Lounge is a new love of mine and as you'll notice from the price points, it's all very affordable. This oversized bell sleeve cardigan won me over the minute I laid eyes on it.