You can never have too much of a good thing. While a lot of people have told me too much of ANYTHING is bad for you, I don’t think that statement applies to my love for cardigans. I don’t know about y’all but when I love something I buy multiples. The amount of duplicate and multiples of clothing in my closet is ridiculous. It’s not limited to cardigans either but I do have a slight addiction to cozy cardigans when the weather starts transitioning to Fall.
Cozy Cardigan from Chicwish:
This Chicwish cardigan is one of my new favorites. It is oversized, cozy goodness that comes in a slew of colors! I literally wanted every single color but figured I would start out with the grey to see if it passes my stringent cardigan test. Is it cozy enough?! The answer is YES! I’ve been wanting one of these cardigans since last year and finally found a winner! I am wearing a size XS and it was the perfect fit.
This cozy cardigan does come in a TON of colors and I have linked a few of them below with a few of my other favorite cardigans from Chicwish. Just click on an item you like and it will take you direct to shop.
The biggest problem I’m having right now is where to store all of these cardigans… My closet literally is such a cohesive mess without any variety at this point. If you follow me on Instagram you most likely heard the dislike for my current closet. I bought a new build and absolutely love everything about it but even Grayson was like there are no projects in this house… Are you going to be ok with that? Well, turns out he was right and I needed a project on my hands to keep me sane. The master closet just wasn’t working out for me…
The last home I owned didn’t have a master closet so everything I owned was in my cloffice. I had an entire shoe wall that displayed my large collection of shoes and shelving for all of my accessories. When I was looking into buying a new home I knew I wanted a closet that would hold everything. I didn’t want anything fashion related in my office besides things for commercial/film jobs.
The current closet didn’t have much space for shoes or hanging areas for longer garments like dresses and cardigans. There was so much other hanging space but I really don’t have that many clothes to take up all of that space. We ended up demolishing half of the closet one night and built custom shelving for shoes and left the existing tall hanging rod and shelf for longer pieces of clothing. Now I have a dedicated space for all of my cozy cardigans!