The highs of a neutral coloured cardi.
Fred Perry

Is it just us or do cardigans of a loose silhouette and neutral palette generally echo one of two styles: Kurt Cobain’s infamous MTV Unplugged mohair number (sold at auction last year for $137,500) or a traditional Irish Aran knit?

They needn’t fit the exact specifics of either, but boasting a cream, biscuit or likewise shade and the aforementioned shape and most are attempts at translating said vibes; neither of which is to be overlooked as A Good Thing.

A tighter fit, this Fred Perry model has a slight whiff of the former about it, simultaneously throwing up some casual mod vibes (naturally). Part of the brand’s reissue line-up, the Pique Stitch Cardigan is a physical nod to a semi-archived subculture, and similarly made in Italy.


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