Women's cardigans have the power to take you from season to season, that's why we have hand-selected a spectacular variation of designs. From uplifting tones, presented by the likes of Miu Miu, to long coat styles by Acne Studios, it's an essential garment that works for every woman. In the midsummer months, combine a lightweight Chloé dress with a maxi cardigan for a 70s format.
THE CHRONICLE OF THE WRAP
An exceptional women's cardigan is both classic and eternal. Moreover, its superior craftsmanship means that no one never quite knows how old it is. The roots of the garment date back to the mid of XIX century, when the newly formed creation was named after James Thomas Brudenell, who was the 7th Earl of Welsh town Cardigan. First worn by the British Army Officers throughout the Crimean War, the original design came in both a sleeveless and waistcoat format. However, today the stylish and practical masterpiece appears in a spectrum of different forms, such as longline and cropped.
HOW TO DAZZLE IN A CARDIGAN
We've forever praised Scandinavian women for their ability to layer up oversized knitwear. Hence, we're following their marks in a chunky knit cardigan, styled together with skinny jeans, a white t-shirt and a pair of Givenchy ankle boots. Transcend this format into eveningwear, by switching your jeans for a denim skirt and a set of party shoes.
If you fancy more of a retro style, then select a high-waisted midi skirt, correlated together with a black crochet cardigan, floral top and a set of kitten-heel sandals. But for those who will forever maintain a traditional appearance, pick a red cashmere top and match with a striped blouse, culottes and brogues for the perfect marine-inspired ensemble. Find more outfit ideas in our Ask Mytheresa article.
Discover the ultimate women's designer cardigan online at Mytheresa and allow our customer service team to help you pick between a leopard print or a kimono cut. While admiring our selection of knitwear, be sure to also glance at garments such as jumpsuits and dresses, which pair delightfully with summer cardigans.