Every girl has one sweater in her wardrobe she can depend on. British clothing brand Marks and Spencer recently added an amazing fluted bell sweater to its knitwear department.
It’s a lesson Sam Barsky clearly learned early on, as the Baltimore resident has knit himself a collection of sweaters that Mashable reports is 103 pieces large. From the Golden Gate Bridge and Times Square to a random small-town street or the side of a highway, Barsky’s sweaters brilliantly capture the places he visits. The designer shares his process of making the sweaters on his Facebook page, where you can actually watch him at work on his pieces.
Cozy and warm as they may be, I’m sure we can all recall an instance or ten where we’ve managed to ruin a perfectly good sweater due to laundry missteps or just sheer laziness. Stretching, shrinking and pilling are all too common #sweaterissues that plague our wardrobes.
Countless books have been written about the innate style of French women, but in order to achieve it, where does one shop? We spoke with stylist Emily Barnes — who regularly works with the likes of fashionably hip actresses such as Jemima Kirke and Anna Chulmsky — for her recommendations on the best haunts for Fall staples in Paris. Love it as we do, there is more to life than Colette! Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.