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Fashionista NOW: The Patterned Longline Cardigan Style

The Patterned Longline Cardigan Style

An ankle-grazing cardigan style with attention-capturing visual motif.

From Yans Creation mod ethnic collection that is often vibrant and eclectic, here comes their gorgeous long cardigan interpretation. If you’re eyeing for some long cardigans that make an impact through a strong motif, color and overall design, these longline cardigans are worth eyeballing. Created for the maximalist woman in mind, this is a cardigan style that will look right at home over busy and muted ensembles as long as you are wearing it loud and proud to go with your equally exuberant personality.

The cardigan comes in a relaxed shape, is maxi in length and unlined with an open front with a gold tone beaded pin. The pixel print cardi is available is sizes S, M X, and XL while the red and black one comes in one size.

Let’s surrender your eyeballs to the pictures of the statement long cardigans down below and enjoy!


Pixel Print Style Longline Cardigan


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Red & Black Panel Print Longline Cardigan


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Which longline cardigan would you love to wear? Share below – I’d love to know!

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