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New line at Plum! Kerisma Sweaters!

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Kerisma is a new line at Plum.

These beautiful sweaters are made with natural fibers in blends that include lambswool, cashmeres, and cottons. Kerisma has become renowned in the US for their distinctive designs and high quality. Their sweaters are classic but still very much on trend. The styling runs the gamut from fairisle sweater-jackets, intarsia Navajo inspired caplets to convertible bubble knits as well as many more originals. Kerisma sweaters are contemporary designs with subtle colorations that will stand the test of time for both design and quality.

 

Martine by Kerisma - $110

Martine by Kerisma

 
Zoe Jacket - Kerisma - $105
 

Zoe Jacket - Kerisma

 
Aryan - Kerisma - $105
 

Aryan - Kerisma

 
 
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Every mood has a sweater... every sweater has style.

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Plum cardigan with dyed to match jeweled buttons and ¾ rouched sleeves. $79.

 
 
 
 
  
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Texture is the trend with this Dex sweater. Colour emphasizes the loose knits, and the contrast of these against the more traditional cables makes this sweater an edgier piece that is fun for layering. $89.
 
 
   
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Double Breasted Long Sweater Jacket in Gray, with Vertical Fair Isle Detail: Made of 100% Lambswool, This is a nice autumn alternative to the bulk of coats when the weather is cooler but dry. $145.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Kerisma Maxine Sweater
 
Kerisma Double Breasted Sweater Jacket in Olive is a shorter version of the Long Sweater Jacket in Grey  (shown above), and with just as nice detailing. $110.
 
 
 
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The Kerisma Navajo sweater poncho shows off a couple of fall 2011 trends: the Navajo print and the fun poncho style, both reminiscent of the 70s. $105.
 
 

 

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Any upcoming travel plans? With this sweater you have 2 pieces in one, making it a must-pack!  This Kerisma bubble knit sweater can be worn two ways: Long and draping, or short like a bolero with a shawl collar. Having the bubble texture differentiates this piece from other sweaters in your wardrobe, and the ability to wear it two ways will have you pairing it with everything in your closet. $105.

 

 

 

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This Kerisma belted navy tunic sweater is reversible! Wear it with the pattern facing out or wear it with the light blue facing out for a more solid basic. Two completely different looks - no one will know it’s one sweater. $120
 
 
 Are you planning on getting a 'chunky' loose-knit sweater this winter? Do you get a new sweater every winter?

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Learn To Love The Sweater Again

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Officially, autumn has begun, and with the change in weather, there's nothing more appealing than knitwear, and this season, the sweater makes the outfit. 

This season's prints and textures range from the quirky and non-traditional, to new varieties of age-old favorites such as fair isle or stripes.   We are loving loose or gauzy knits over camisoles, or thick, chunky, knit tape sweaters over a maxi dress. Dropped stitch sweaters and cut-out shoulders are edgier options your mother would never have worn, but you could always go with the classic ribbed waist or turned cuff cardigans for lady-like ensembles for those times when she comes to visit.

Interesting details like fringe, pockets and buttons give this season's sweaters a fashionable edge over previous season basics, so you'll want to get varieties in all different of this season's rich hues.  Don't think black; I'm appealed to the palette of rusts, browns, charcoals, blush pinks, burgundies, teals, greens, reds and navy blues.  

Fall is here, so you can learn to love the sweater again. 

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