How To Wear Sweater Knit Head-To-Toe Photo credit: Jason Tang Photo credit: Jason Tang Photo credit: Jason Tang Photo credit: Jason Tang Photo courtesy of Nordstrom Photo credit: Jason Tang Photo credit: Jason Tang Photo credit: Jason Tang How To Wear Sweater Knit Head-To-Toe The proudest moment of being a fashion designer is creating clothing that people can feel good in. Well, I guess it wouldn’t hurt either, landing the cover of Nordstrom October catalogue. When I found out it was the cover, I was jumping up and down, like a little kid on Christmas morning. I bragged to my husband and he encouraged me to buy the sweater set, as a remembrance and celebration. He says, “It’s your first cover. Get it!”. Well, so I did! The turtle neck and pencil skirt are both made in 100% cashmere with tweed neps spun into the yarn to give it novelty. It’s light weight and warm at the same time. The soft luxury hand-feel, feels great against the skin. Its modern shapes gives an updated silhouette and the versatility of wearing them together or separate provides many choices in outfit options. It’s pricey, but definitely investment pieces that will be in my closet forever! I wore mine worn together as a sweater set, creating a “dress” look, with a pair of Chanel heels and a fur collar quilted bomber jacket from SAM NYC. Versatility is the key to making multiple outfits; stretching options in your closet further. What do you think of my design? Please leave a comment. XOXO, E. How To Wear Sweater Knit Head-To-Toe was last modified: May 16th, 2017 by elisa CashmereChaneldesignNordstromNordstrom CollectionSAM NYCSweater Set 0 Facebook Twitter Google + Pinterest You may also like How To Invest In Classic Pieces SO CAL: FAMILY TRAVEL GUIDE TIMELESS ESSENTIALS: FEAT. ABACUS ROW Re-Worked Denim ACTIVE LIFESTLYE LIVING: A MOTHER’S DAY CELEBRATION CHINATOWN : END OF STORY 2 comments Nancy Hung December 7, 2016 at 5:32 PM I absolutely love this is cashmere sweater paired with the matching pencil skirt! The color is very pretty too. Reply admin December 7, 2016 at 6:31 PM Thanks Nancy!! Loved designing them! Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.