WOOL, VELVET AND TIPS HOW TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR GARMENTS

Weather in Brno gets cooler and cooler, but I did not get a use of my jackets yet. One may ask, how is that possible. Well, the reason for that was one simple purchase- a 100% wool jumper.

100% wool jumper is an ultimate must have, if you live in a country where the temperature drops below 0 degrees. There is no better isolation from freezing cold, trust me. Wool keeps the warm, let the skin breathe and is so super soft. (If you worry about the itching effect, go for a mix of wool or merino wool) And if that is not enough, wool is also long lasting when preserved correctly. It means you should avoid too many washes, contact with hot waterΒ  and you will get many years of use out of it.

I choose my knit from Marks and Spencer male line, size XXL. I like its oversized, dress alike look, chunky knitting and extra long sleeves. It is currently unavailable, but you I found similar in All Saints HERE.

And this is how a simple jumper stole a thunder from my new velvet tailored pants I wore it with… hahah.

How do you like this chunky, heavy look? What do you think of this knit? How do you like velvet pants? Let me know.

Stay awesome!
Anja

P.S. If you are interested in tips how to shop high-quality clothes check my series of posts about it: PART1 PART2 PART3 PART4.

STARRING:pants WALLIS/jumper MARKS AND SPENCER/shoes DEICHMANN

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