Navy Blue Cardigan
A Navy Blue Cardigan for Any Occasion
A navy blue cardigan is a sweater that you wear over another shirt, for warmth, comfort or style. This type of sweater can be worn by either men or woman and will be cut different depending on the sex it is intended for.
When you think of a cardigan sweater the first image that may pop into your head is Mr Rogers with his cardigan. For those of you who do not know who Mr. Rogers is he hosted a very popular children's show in the 80's. Every episode he would be wearing a cardigan sweater in it. During the time of his show is when the cardigan was very popular with men.
A woman's navy blue cardigan has been a staple in many wardrobes for a long time. I believe their popularity has to do with the vast array of styles and fabrics that they can be found in. No matter if a woman is young or old a cardigan sweater can look stylish.
Types of Cardigans
While a cardigan sweaters main function is to go over a long sleeve shirt or a short sleeve shirt, there are many variations that can be found.
A lace cardigan is a cardigan that is made to be see through. Fabric material is knit together so that the shirt under neath can show through easily. These are most common for woman.
A full navy blue plaid cardigan is similar to a full sweater. It can be button up or not. These are most popular with men.
A shaker cardigan is a cardigan sweater with a shawl collar. This type of cardigan is made for woman.
I prefer the navy blue cardigan to other color cardigan sweaters because I believe that it carries a classic look. Whatever color you choose I am sure that you will love it. They can be found for sale at both Amazon.com and eBay.
Navy Blue Cardigans
- Cardigan (sweater) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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