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    im after some cardigans like



    and some shorter ones to wear with jeans etc

    any ideas where to get them

    REP for good suggestions
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    I always go to Gap for my cardigans - they are good for shorter ones. Longer ones - the one in your photo is presumably from Next :P - but Topshop do a range of long cardigans, all at £20 in a tonne of different colours. And if you got a waistbelt you could replicate the look in that picture, though I'm not sure if you meant that bit too.
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    (Original post by serrellen)
    I always go to Gap for my cardigans - they are good for shorter ones. Longer ones - the one in your photo is presumably from Next :P - but Topshop do a range of long cardigans, all at £20 in a tonne of different colours. And if you got a waistbelt you could replicate the look in that picture, though I'm not sure if you meant that bit too.
    thanks yeah that ones from next but i cant find it anywhere think its sold out. Ill have a look in GAP and topshop
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    Zara.
    Topshop cardigans are a rip off for their quality, and are all around the £30 mark. Most of the Zara ones are £12 (the shorter ones), and I have one slightly longer, really thick one which was £18. Not sure if they have any longer ones, as i've never really looked.
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    The ones from Topshop are £32 not £20 and quite awful imo, they those bobbly bits really easily. Newlook do cardigans like that that are much better quality and more durable, cheaper too
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    I've got this in cream, think it's still in stores for a sale price of £12
    http://www.newlook.co.uk/1683780/168...ctDetails.aspx


    new look have loads of others too:
    http://www.newlook.co.uk/1697236/169...ctDetails.aspx
    http://www.newlook.co.uk/1683908/168...ctDetails.aspx

    miss selfridge have really nice ones too but are more expensive:
    http://www.missselfridge.com/webapp/...2991&langId=-1
    http://www.missselfridge.com/webapp/...8771&langId=-1
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    (Original post by Sakura-Chan)
    The ones from Topshop are £32 not £20 and quite awful imo, they those bobbly bits really easily. Newlook do cardigans like that that are much better quality and more durable, cheaper too
    http://www.topshop.com/webapp/wcs/st...4916&langId=-1 was what I was talking about. They are in several colours and I wear mine a lot. Versatile. not that I'm doubting you can probably get them elsewhere cheaper but they aren't £32.
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    I agree. My Topshop cardigans always end up bobbly after about ten washes and they're not cheap either. I have a navy and cream cardigan from H&M which I've owned for about a year and it still looks as good as new. It was only £10.00 as well
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    (Original post by serrellen)
    http://www.topshop.com/webapp/wcs/st...4916&langId=-1 was what I was talking about. They are in several colours and I wear mine a lot. Versatile. not that I'm doubting you can probably get them elsewhere cheaper but they aren't £32.
    The ones that came to mind were these - http://www.topshop.com/webapp/wcs/st...1212&langId=-1

    Either way OP, I wouldn't spend £20 or £32 on the Topshop ones.
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    I thought the long topshop ones were £18? I have the black one and the quality's fine.
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    try jane norman
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    I got one exactly like that from Primark for £10. Really good quality too!
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    H&M do fantastic short cardigans that wash really well. I've had some of mine for 3 years now and they're still going strong.
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    H&M and Zara
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    (Original post by Lucyyy)
    Zara.
    Topshop cardigans are a rip off for their quality, and are all around the £30 mark. Most of the Zara ones are £12 (the shorter ones), and I have one slightly longer, really thick one which was £18. Not sure if they have any longer ones, as i've never really looked.
    Agreed, I bought an orange one for about thirty quid and it ripped within a few wears. I bought a black one from New Look and it's really long and thick and only cost £16.
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    Zara knitwear FTW.

    Best quality of all the high street shops in my opinion
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    the shape of the zara ones is horrible
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    H&M I've had some really nice ones from there and they last aswell!
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    (Original post by serrellen)
    http://www.topshop.com/webapp/wcs/st...4916&langId=-1 was what I was talking about. They are in several colours and I wear mine a lot. Versatile. not that I'm doubting you can probably get them elsewhere cheaper but they aren't £32.
    I have that in grey, and I completely live in it! It's lasted quite well, it's not noticeably bobbled at all yet and I've had it about 3 months now. It's not especially warm, but I don't need it to be as it's just so useful for chucking in my bag in case it gets cold on a summery day!
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    Boohoo.com have a sale on just now and have long cardies in a few colours for £15.00 http://www.boohoo.com/HighFashionFor...egory=12064810
    Asda Direct/George are also good for decent knitwear but they seem to be doing more summer stuff just now. I have bought loads of v-necks and cardies from asda and they wash brilliantly so well worth £5!!!
 
 
 
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