I picked up a new knit cardigan recently from Spanish label Desigual. Its thick, warm and a bright red – something I just know is going to work well on my upcoming holiday. In the atypical style of Desigual, the cardigan is cut like a bolero/shrug in front, but long at the back which is a little unexpected. Love it! I have a pic below
It was also one of the most sedate looking pieces of clothing found at the Desigual store – haha! Just take a look at some of the shots I took of the clothes available at the store and you’d understand what I mean.
I did say they aren’t for the faint-hearted They are clothes for the men and women who do not mind being being ogled but although some of the dresses were quite interesting, they were made for those who are more well endowed unfortunately. Otherwise they don’t fall very well.
If you like unique looking clothes then Desigual is an interesting store to visit – I was at the store inside Parkson Pavilion Kuala Lumpur – but personally its not quite my style. Still, I saw some girls carry off the very unique dresses very well and you can be quite sure you will not meet someone else wearing the same thing.
So here’s how the cardi looked on me when I decided to get it – I think it went with the whole outfit don’t you?
Tunic dress: Paperdoll boutique, Tights: Marks & Spencer, Cardigan: Desigual Autumn/Winter 09, Bag: Cassis Alma
Items are rather pricey, rather in the range of Zara and up. So, have you heard of this brand before this? I hadn’t