coleanthuscttn-workAlways the standout, the Coleanthus Cardigan marries comfort and sharp dressing with its elegant lines and ease of wear. The Canadian Cotton Coleanthus is a perennial favourite and ideal transitional garment; with just one piece you can go from cool to classy! Scroll down to see three ways we’ve styled this awesome cardigan.

coleanthuscttn-casualPlanning a night in putting around and chilling out? Don the cotton Coleanthus Cardigan as an easy layer while making dinner or enjoying a mug of tea. Its roomy pockets and lengthy sleeves are good for everything.

Clockwise from top left: Coleanthus Cardigan by Jennifer Fukushima, tree tee by Candi Factory and jeans by Yoga Jeans both available at Fresh Collective.

coleanthuscttn-sportYou can throw on the cotton Coleanthus Cardigan post-workout to help your body temperature self-regulate. Because it is a cotton knit, it is breathable and stretchy – and did we mention the huge and handy pockets?

Clockwise from top left: tee by Yasmin Louis available at Fresh Collective, Coleanthus Cardigan by Jennifer Fukushima, yoga pants by Lululemon.

coleanthuscttn-workThe Coleanthus Cardigan can hold its own in the office, too. If you’re looking for a layering piece that will polish up your look without restricting your movement, this is the cardi for you. It comes all the tidiness of a blazer and the coziness of your favorite hoodie!

Clockwise from top left: skirt by Twiss & Weber, necklace by Torched Studio available at Fresh Collective, Ursus Top and  Coleanthus Cardigan by Jennifer Fukushima, bracelet by Jon Klar available at Fresh Collective, clutch by Matt & Nat, shoes by John Fluevog.

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