9 Grandpa Cardigans You'll Never Take Off – M & S
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9 Grandpa Cardigans You'll Never Take Off

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In my late 20s, I had a major sartorial epiphany. I realized that I had an undying love for cozy grandpa cardigans. The discovery came after I’d found an oversize cable knit—which once belonged to my late grandmother—on a return visit home one weekend. I was immediately drawn to its cozy oversize fit, even if it did smell a bit musty. Once I’d wrapped the thick vintage wool around my body, I did not want to take it off. I still wear it with everything—over minidresses and heels, shrugged over the shoulders with jeans and tees, and wrapped up over pj's. It is seriously the most versatile fashion item I own.

Lucky for you, there are must-free cardigans out there that are just as cozy. Thanks to a plethora of designers and fast-fashion brands, you too can get in on the trend. If you want to go the chic route, wear yours cinched at the waist with a cool belt. You can also wear one with a short skirt and ankle boots (the cardigan should fall longer than the skirt) for a day-to-night look that we’re aptly calling grandpa-chic. Scroll below for nine of our favorite cardigans on the market right now.

Pair with jeans during the day and a black leather miniskirt at night.
A soft and chunky neutral cardigan you’ll be living in year-round. Available in sizes 0 to 14.
Banish winter blues with a pop of upbeat pink. Available in sizes XS to XL.
This sweater looks much more expensive than it really is. Available in sizes S to L.
This also comes in a beautiful blue color. Available in sizes 1X to 3X.
Thank you, Gucci, for reinventing grandpa-chic. Available in sizes XS to XXL.
We can’t resist anything made of luxurious cashmere. Plus, how chic is the shawl collar? Available in sizes XXS to XL.
Taking you from work to the weekend in style. Available in sizes 38 FR to 40 FR.
Say hello to your new staple. Available in sizes S to L.

And just like that, these picks will take you from winter to spring in style. 

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