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baby, it’s cold outside

By Marlene | Published: 7. November 2012

If you looked at my wardrobe, you’d probably think I lived in London or somewhere that’s equally tropical in the winter. Excuse me, London, tropical? Compared to Berlin: yes. Of course, I could just buy warmer clothes. And wouldn’t that just be so… practical. How boring! Because “warm and practical” often translates into fashion that is incredibly boring. I had convinced myself of that fact – until I saw this cardigan from Petersen. Melanie, who’s in the pictures and also the designer, rather brilliantly named it the Mette-Marit cardi. It’s made from merino wool. And, as you can see, really quite beautiful. A piece of winter clothing that’s cozy and looks good – it’s practically revolutionary. Next thing you know, someone will come up with pretty winter boots.

P.S. And here is where you can find the cardi. Also: it’s on my wish list for Christmas, which my friend Okka asked me to write and which is up over on her blog Slomo today.

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4 Comments

  1. ALMA
    Posted 7. November 2012 at 14:29 | Permalink

    wun – der – schön ! ! !
    und ein bisschen norwegisch (da passt der name hervorragend!)

    • Marlene
      Posted 7. November 2012 at 15:51 | Permalink

      Die Melanie, die kann’s! Und ja: der Name passt wie die Jacke in eine eingeschneite Holzhütte.

  2. Tine
    Posted 7. November 2012 at 17:25 | Permalink

    wow..die wünsche ich mir..wie alma schon sagt..wunderschön..

  3. snag
    Posted 11. November 2012 at 14:44 | Permalink

    Oh, Cardigans kann man ja eh nicht genügend im Schrank haben … und das ist ein besonders schönes Exemplar!

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