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10th Commandment: December 13

I don’t own many sweaters, because DC isn’t cold enough to really need them.  But Montana is another story.  I was so cold on my last visit, when the daily high hovered around -3, that I started thinking I need to keep some sweaters in Montana for conditions like these.  I shall call them my ‘Why can’t you people just retire and move to Arizona like everyone else?’ sweaters.

Elected Official


Autumn Cashmere Cable Pullover ($450)

Hill Staffer

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Design History Open Weave Turtleneck ($156)

Paid Intern

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Eddie Bauer Heritage Turtleneck ($60)

Plus-size: Land’s End Cable Turtleneck ($59) Tall: Liz Claiborne Grey Cable Turtleneck ($27) Petite: Banana Republic Cable Turtleneck ($110)



  1. millie says:

    thanks for tall sizes 🙂

    December 13, 2013/Reply
  2. Kate says:

    Ha! I’m wearing the black version of the EB sweater to work today. It’s so comfy and warm.

    December 13, 2013/Reply
  3. DC says:

    Okay, of the 3 sweaters, my favorite one is the Eddie Bauer – it looks so cozy and warm! Perfect for a day like today!

    December 13, 2013/Reply
  4. Ms. C says:

    Because I know you’re a Gilt person, Barrow & Grove (I think this is one of their in-house brands)makes a cableknit funnel neck sweater that I recently purchased and I am almost embarrassed at how much I’ve worn it. In fact, I was so impressed with the quality and style that I am awaiting the arrival of two more from that brand. Gilt is hit or miss for me but this was definitely a hit.

    December 13, 2013/Reply