- n. Plural form of cardigan.
“Layering pieces, such as cardigans, hoodies and "puffer" down vests and long scarves, will also give you more heft.”
“Knitwear such as cardigans, ponchos and hats; cotton textiles for bedding, floor mats and tableware; and leather goods -- mostly women's bags.”
“This feature makes it indispensable for tops to socks and wrist work for shirts, mittens, gloves, etc., and for the production of heavy garments such as cardigans and sweaters.”
“Her JCPenney line is full of laid-back pieces in muted colors; lots of layering pieces such as cardigans, tunics, tanks and tees.”
“Couldn't agree with you more about cardigans, they're like the Justin Bieber of sweaters, no shape, no substance but with tremendous inexplicable mainstream appeal," says Aatman Chaudhary.”
“The framed snapshots of the much loved faraway grandparents, who sent us Puffin books and matching hand-knitted cardigans, were kept in other less starchy rooms, where people might play Boggle or work their way through the VHS set of A Perfect Spy, posted out via the diplomatic bag and passed from household to expat household.”
“The cast/crew is excellent: Richard Holt's John is an amiable prefect, Akiya Henry's Titty is an imaginative live wire, Katie Moore's Susan is as tidy as her plimsolls and Stewart Wright's Roger is a treat – a colossus in cardigans.”
“All three Obama ladies also had brightly colored cardigans in hand.”
“The European Carhartt clothing line is, if anything, anti-work, a slagheap of thrift-shop dishevelment—letterman cardigans and puffy thermal vests—designed for inked-up millennials.”
“If the law does take effect, it will essentially neuter the state's public unions, transforming teacher union meetings from a political force into a room full of people in cardigans with 50k-a-year-and-declining salaries.”
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