Knitwit

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Knitwit Cashmere Open Drape Cardigan - Red Rose

Size Guide
Knitwit Size Guide

All sizes shown are US sizing and measured in inches. Please note this Knitwit size guide represents standard sizing and items may vary depending on style and fabrics. Vintage Fringe models shown typically wear size Small in Knitwit.

 

Knitwit Designer Details

Knitwit is a designer cashmere line featuring a lightweight cashmere fabric that is 100% cashmere. It features a high quality, soft cashmere that is light enough to be worn nearly year round. Their design focus is on the luxury of cashmere, but paired with a distinctive mix of patterns and prints giving the fashionista the ability to harness their sense of style and individuality. Designed by Julie Wilgeroth in California, the Knitwit line debuted in 2014 with a goal of offering high quality cashmere that didn't necessarily have to be dressy. Knitwit's focus includes a variety of prints and patterns with a range of modern to retro inspiration. Celebrities Alexis Bledel, Sandra Bullock, Heidi Klum, Paris Hilton, Penelope Cruz, LIndsay Lohan, Denise Richards, and Maria Menounos have all been spotted wearing Knitwit.

Size
  • Available in Red Rose (a black floral pattern contrasted with red)
  • Fabric is 100% Cashmere
  • Dry clean recommended
  • Hand made in Nepal
  • A lux, ultra-soft cashmere that features a lightweight fabrication allowing it to be worn year round.


A total go to cardigan, this Cashmere Open Drape cardigan by designer Knitwit is a true grab and go piece.  Featuring a lightweight cashmere fabric this cardigan has long sleeves and an open drape cascading front.  Don't be fooled by the lightweight construction, the Cashmere is ultra soft and still gives a great amount of warmth. The Red Rose pattern features a black floral pattern contrasted with the red.  This soft lightweight cardigan will add an extra element of style to your look.  Available in Red Rose. Fabric is 100% Cashmere.  Dry Clean recommended.  Hand made in Nepal. 

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