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The Range: Warm Wrap Sweaters

My MM. LaFleur Morandi wrap sweater is the warmest sweater I own.  I’ve never regretted buying it, but I often get requests for a less expensive option in a similar style.  Here are a few choices in different price ranges.

Corner Office

The Morandi Sweater ($265)

Senior Manager

Halogen Wrap Cashmere Cardigan ($199)

Cubicle Farm

Press Belted Cardigan ($125)

Front Desk

Express Belted Wrap Cardigan ($70)


Prologue Belted Cardigan ($38)

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  1. Larkin E Barker says:

    The Morandi sweater is one of the best investments in my wardrobe that I’ve ever made. Highly recommend it!!

    September 20, 2019/Reply
    • EG says:

      I second this!

      September 20, 2019/Reply
  2. KV says:

    Does anyone else think that these types of sweaters, and I’d even go as far to say blazer sweaters, aren’t flattering on them?

    I’m 5’2, athletic build. These just make me look like a tank.

    September 20, 2019/Reply
    • Caroline says:

      Yes, I have broad shoulders and an hourglass figure and drapey sweaters just fall straight down from the widest parts of me.

      September 22, 2019/Reply
    • AF says:

      Same here. Glad it’s amazing for many, but I look like a woolly mammoth in the Morandi. Hourglass, large chest and broad shoulders; I can however wear drapey wraps and cardis as long as they’re a thin fabric.

      September 24, 2019/Reply