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Remember when I decided that my working-from-home uniform was going to be leggings and a tunic-length sweater/cardigan, and then I looked at all the stores and didn't find anything that I really wanted? And I bought nothing. How did I forget about Modcloth? I guess because I don't shop there much unless I am looking for a really short dress covered in a twee forest animal motif (i.e. never). But it turns out that Modcloth is drapey sweater heaven. And they have 25% off everything right now with code FUNDAY, so maybe I will actually pick something this time. Here's what I'm considering:
Simply Snuggly Cardigan in Forest ($70): I really like the navy and green color scheme of this one, though in general I'm not a huge fan of open front cardigans. Give me a damn button or something!
(The rest below the break in case you don't GAF about sweaters and want to scroll on past to the lipstick.)
Cozy Over Here Cardigan ($60): Again, love the colors. Again with the open front. Plus it only comes in two sizes: S/M and M/L, and in my experience those usually translate to S and M. I am suspicious. The sizing information only gives the length.
Your Fireside of the Story Cardigan in Cream ($45): I really like this and it's cheaper than the others. I used to have a sweater almost exactly like this a decade ago. But it might be too short for what I have in mind (I'm 5'9").
Flow One Better Cardigan ($56): Too witchy? Or just witchy enough?
Espresso Bean Dream Cardigan ($60): Again with the open front!!! And the reviews say it pills badly. But it's pretty.
Touch of Tranquil Jacket ($50): Modcloth also has a lot of things like this. I was seriously considering it, but then I thought maybe my cat would be too enticed by that awesome fringe. I may need this though. It has very high reviews.
It's possible that I've now talked myself out of buying any of these. That is the blessing and the curse of writing posts like this, which require me to analyze things carefully. I think I'm leaning most toward the first one. At least you know I'm not exaggerating when I say I'm not an impulsive shopper.