Bring on the sweaters

September 29, 2014


One of my favorite parts about fall is the fun in wearing sweaters. The beauty of sweaters is that a baggy one can disguise an off day while ensuring you still look stylish and others are essential for layering, such as cardigans, on those days where you just don't know what to expect from the weather.

A common fabric used in sweaters is wool. Yes, it can keep you warm, but if you are like me, it can be irritating to wear. This is where Adea becomes a must-have.

Depending on the sweater, Adea's Long Sleeve Crew Neck Layering Top is a wardrobe must because you will be certain there will be a layer of soft Italian micro fiber between your skin and the sweater.

On the flipside, Adea's Reversible Camisole is a great piece for your closet because of its 2-in-1 capabilities. It easily changes from a V neck to a scoop neck, which offers optimal customization when you are switching between your favorite sweaters.

Even if you can wear wool, or other fabrications without a problem, layering is still a fantastic way to ensure you are set for whatever weather fall decides to bring us.

If you are like me and tend to always be cold, try Adea's Spaghetti Strap Camisole as it helps to ensure your core stays warm by adding an extra layer while offering maximum versatility with whatever you throw on over it, from a sweater to a georgette blouse.

In the spirit of sweaters and fall, enjoy an assortment of some sweaters that would be great paired with any of the Adea items mentioned:

Proenza Schouler's wool and cashmere-blend turtleneck sweater.

Elizabeth and James' oversized leopard-print cotton-blend cardigan.

Michael Kors' ribbed-knit cashmere turtleneck sweater.

MM6 Maison Martin Margiela's shawl-collar knitted sweater.

NO. 21's maglia plaid mohair-blend sweater.

 All images sourced from Net-a-Porter.

- Aimee 

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