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I consider myself to be a sweater girl as I feel most comfortable in sweaters. I especially love cashmere and one of my all time favourites is my Park Vogel sweater. Vanessa Vogel is the design director of Park Vogel and is based in Los Angeles.  


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This cashmere sweater is a lighter weight yarn, featuring a feminine self-tie bow and bell sleeves. The tappered band at the waist flatters the figure.  








Because this sweater has been made from a lighter ply of cashmere, it's very transeasonal. I enjoy wearing it all year round!

What transeasonal item do you keep coming back to time and time again? 


Yours in style,
Suzi x

What I'm Wearing: Park Vogel 100% cashmere sweater, Habitual high-waisted jeans, Repetto Norma Decol AD suede/patent leather flats in cuba-donald. pearl earrings (gifted), Seiko gold watch, Pandora 14ct charm bracelet.

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  1. Nice sweater. Your shoes also looks great. Beautiful!

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  2. Thanks for your lovely comment!

    Suzi x

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  3. What a lovely sweater! The bow detail is very cute and adds a nice touch to the overall look.
    x

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  4. I love love LLOVEEEEEE sweaters too!
    I have to make myself Vow for weeks at a time, that I wont purchase any new ones. It's SO hard!

    Cute little blog!!!
    please stop by and say hi.

    bB
    www.itsybitsybrianna.wordpress.com

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  5. Thanks for all of your lovely comments!

    Suzi x

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  7. Lucija, thanks so much!!
    Welcome to my blog.

    Suzi x

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  8. Cool sweater! Btw, don't forget to enter our giveaway to win Alexander Wang jade clutch at www.ReachCouture.com

    It's open worldwide ! Good luck

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  9. Thanks CwR Blog! Shall check it out. Sounds awesome!

    Suzi x

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