I’ve been really noticing striped shirts in stores and magazines lately but I don’t really own that many. (trying to add more to my closet though!) I bought this one at the Gap ages ago and haven’t worn it as it’s just a tad to casual for my taste (the fit is also a bit baggy on the sides). And considering that I never actually shop at the Gap, I forget why I even got it. However, worn under the two layers of the cardigans, it actually worked out quite nicely.
Here’s the definition from Wikipedia:
Selvage denim (also called selvedge denim) is a type of denim which forms a clean natural edge that does not unravel. It is commonly presented in the unwashed or raw state. Typically, the selvage edges will be located along the out-seam of the pants, making it visible when cuffs are worn. Although selvage denim is not completely synonymous with unwashed denim, the presence of selvage typically implies that the denim used is a higher quality.
I think it’s more common for men’s jeans to be selvedge (I have no idea why) so I rarely come across them but I ended up finding these at a great price on Revolve and you can really tell the difference. The stretch is a nice slight stretch but not so much to the point of if you wear them all day the butt is suddenly all baggy.
My cardigan has cute pearl buttons so all you would need to do is to go to the craft score to get some pearl buttons (or any other fun buttons) and replace them on a plain cardi like this to make it instantly cute!
I made sure that both my cardigans I was wearing were pretty light and stretchy. It also helps if the sleeve lengths are different. I pulled the cuff out of the inner cardigan to create sort of a trim on the sleeves.
I also really like the open, no button cardigan.
The other ring I’m wearing is black agate and this one looks exactly like it!
Amazon.com Black Onyx Agate Ring