A while ago, I was emailed and asked if I wanted to review an item of my choice from the wonderful guys at Wool overs and I decided to say yes!
Wool Overs is a world class kintwear company that started out in 1989. They started out via taking their products to various shows within the UK and then talking to their customers at these shows to find out their feedback. The feedback element is still a big part of the business to this day as without their feedback many of the products that are sold today would not be sold in the many various colours that are on offer. They now sell their products all over the world! Wool Overs are very much built on using natural renewable items within their products as well.
I searched their website for a while and finally found the item that I wanted with the help of Michelle as I loved a lot of the products. Once she had told me to go with a nice cardigan, I ordered it. If you want to have a more detailed look at the cardigan I chose then click here.
Several weeks later, I received the cardigan and it was way bigger than I was expecting but I feel like that is my own fault as I always order the largest size possible as I like my tops to be quite baggy.,, (Literally all of my wardrobe is L+ as I know that it will be baggy and I would rather it be baggy rather than revealing.)
The fabric of the cardigan is lambswool which I can't really comment on as I have never had any other clothing item with lambswool in but the cardigan is very thick which I'm guessing is from the lambswool. Lambswool is sheared from the sheep when they are around 7 months old which means that the fabric is extra soft. I love the fabric and I feel like I need a good few oversized jumpers in lambswool for when I want to feel cute and warm at the same time. I love oversized jumpers especially when I want something warm but casual to wear to college. Wool Overs do some amazing jumpers as well click here to have a look.
I did some selfies with the cardigan including wearing it along with a buttoned up shirt to a bloggers event and wore it with a Misfit's tshirt to coffee with Michelle. I've also worn it with many other shirts. You can really wear this cardigan with anything which makes it an amazing garment as you get a lot of bang for your buck.
I would rate this a good 9/10 for the cardigan. I think that it would be a 10 out of 10 if the button didnt fray away from the cardigan so quickly. I love the material of the cardigan, I love the texture of the cardigan and I just love wearing it on days where it is really cold as it keeps me really warm. It is so versatile as I have mentioned before and I would definitely buy it for the price that it is at the minute.
Have you got a piece of knitwear that you can't live with? Let me know in the comments section below!
I can't thank the guys at Wool Overs enough for sending me the cardigan to review. Don't forget to check them out by clicking Wool Overs. I hope that you have enjoyed this blog post! Don't forget to follow my Bloglovin at the bottom of this post so you will be notified when new posts are published so you will be the first to read my new posts!
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