Summer is officially here and with the past few days it certainly has felt like it! As you know, I have been working with Chadwicks of Boston over the past year on highlighting some of their seasonal favorites. This summer is no different, I was able to select a few pieces from their summer collection to try out. The first piece I went with was the Coconut Button Cardigan ($59.99). My husband think’s I’m crazy for carrying around a sweater during the summer. But it never fails that I end of needing one whether it is at the grocery store, dining out or almost any place indoors!
I was immediately drawn to this sweater for a few reasons: I love the 2 large buttons that are more decoration as they actually close via a snap instead of a traditional button. I also like that is it an airy sweater. Here, I have a tank top underneath so I am not too hot yet just cool enough… ladies you know what I mean! The trim around the edges are of the sweater are a darker color and which gives it a little pop of color. The description says that it has a “lettuce edge detail” which is like a ruffled edging. The sleeves are extra wide too, it reminds me of a bell bottoms but for your arms. All of which makes for a great summer sweater!
This sweater is available blue, coral and oxford tan, all with a mix of white making them all great light summery colors.
The next top I selected was the Batik Print Drape Neck Tank ($29.99). This tank has an all over pattern and looks cute under my new coconut sweater! This tank will help get rid of my farmers tan during the next few baseball games! Personally, I like this paired with white bottoms but you could also pair with a dark denim. While it looks great on by itself, you could dress it up with a blazer and dress slacks. It is a very versatile top!
Both outfits are paired with the Butterfly Sandal from Jambu which you can read the review and see more up close pictures.
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