In my opinion, the move from winter to spring calls for only one thing—excellent knitwear. When we’re no longer bound to our thick wool coats, but not yet ready to move onto t-shirts and blouses, a great knit is the perfect solution for those late-winter and early spring days.
Whilst I’ll always sing the praises of a classic wool jumper, this season I’m looking to show some love to my cardigan collection. Worn buttoned up, partially undone, or left unbuttoned, a cardigan offers the styling (and temperature) versatility that a winter-to-spring wardrobe calls for.
On Monikh: Sézane Gaspard Cardigan (£95). Whilst so many brands are coming up with chic and wearable designs, my attention keeps coming back to French-women-beloved Sézane. With a cardigan collection that comprises everything from sleek, lightweight knits to chunky, cosy styles, and a great variety of colour choices, it looks like its a French-girl favourite for good reason.
On Léna Farl: Sézane Betty Cardigan (£130). From the influencer adored Betty Cardigan (£130), to the fluffy Gaspard (£95) and chunky Emile (£130) knit (the one we think will take off next), Sézane’s knitwear collection rivals most. Read on to discover our favourite trending Sézane cardigans below.
This warm hazelnut shade styles so well with tonal brown and cream colours.
The two-tone detailing elevates the feel of this relaxed knit.
Style buttoned up, wear it undone over a white tee.
This lightweight but cosy knit styles easily under a thick coat.
Add a flush of red to your capsule wardrobe.
This soft rosy shade pairs well with red and browns.
This can be worn as a cardigan, or styled back-to-front as a jumper.
Every wardrobe calls for a classic black knit.
Style over a fresh white tee or wear on its own.
A bright white knit is the easiest way to freshen up your wardrobe from spring.
Powder blue pairs so well with black, brown and navy.
Wear with jeans or style over a white cotton dress.