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Fashionista NOW: Mint Sweater Fashion Inspiration

Any variation of the green color is completely in this year. Let’s take a look at sweaters in icy mint and how one goes about wearing them.

The year’s about to end and you’ve got less than a month to wear various shades of green in your wardrobe. With the weather’s all gray and gloomy, sweaters by any shape and color must be selling like hot coffee on a freezing cold and wet day/evening.

In the spirit of sweater weather, we’d like to cast your attention upon the cozy mint sweater trend.

But before that, let’s agonize over the difference between a jumper and a sweater.

Jumper VS Sweater

The Word Detective writes that a jumper by the definition found in the Oxford English Dictionary (OED) is a sort of sleeveless dress usually worn over a blouse, that is also called a pinafore dress. Now, this is very interesting as I’ve always thought that a jumper is just another word referring to a sweater.

A sweater is much more commonly used to refer to usually long sleeved top without buttons with a purpose to keep the wearer extra warm.

The use of the word jumper to refer to a sweater is a recent development if the OED is to be taken seriously as according to the said detective, there was no reference that it defined the same garment up until 1989.

Those who call a buttoned up cardigan a sweater exist and apparently miss the memo that clearly states a sweater is never a cardigan because the latter has an open front that can be fastened/buttoned up.

Anyway, let’s get down to business and appease our inner fashion spirits with some mint sweater selection down below:

mint sweater – H&M

DIY mint jumper – Lulla

oversized jumper with a mint heart print – In Love With Fashion

mint green sweater – No Rest For Bridget

open knit mint sweater – ShopAkira

vintage mint sweater

mint jumper – Romwe

mint jumper – Dotti

Dear cherry readers: Would you sport a mint sweater as a holiday wear? I think it’s a perfect piece to wear on a rainy day as you sip hot ‘teh tarik‘ and whine about the weather at the ‘mamak‘.

Do you call a sweater, a sweater or do you enjoy confusing people like me by calling it using some other names? Share your thoughts below!

“Never use the word ‘cheap’. Today everybody can look chic in inexpensive clothes (the rich buy them too). There is good clothing design on every level today. You can be the chicest thing in the world in a T-shirt and jeans — it’s up to you.”Karl Lagerfeld

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