Sweater Season – On-Trend Wool and Alpaca Fashions
Sweaters are undeniably on trend this season. From Calvin Klein’s Fall 2018 show, featuring balaclava-clad models to the abundance of patchwork, crochet, and heavily textured knits on runways, sweater season is no longer a recipe for frump. Look chic and stay warm this winter with these three diverse Toronto-based brands doing sustainable sweaters to suit a multitude of styles.
Wrap Cardigan, Honeybea
Made from repurposed sweaters, Honeybea is on-point for the modern bohemian, who embraces one-of-a-kind patchwork, bold colour, and just a dash of chaos
Wide Cardigan, Fform
Minimalist silhouettes continue to hold their place on the runway. Fform’s simple and functional pieces, made by artisans in Peru, with warm yet lightweight baby alpaca, offer a very flattering drape.
Dressy Sweatshirt, Encircled
For the non-sweater lover, Encircled’s ethical merino wool Dressy Sweatshirt taps into the sportswear trend, while ticking three important boxes: contemporary style, comfy wearability, and workwear-appropriate.
*$128.00, available at encircled.ca
*Prices subject to change. See website for details.