Artisans in both Belgrade and Blace, Serbia, make our cotton cardigan with allover floral patterns inspired by the embroidered skirts and aprons (called pregace) of Serbian folk costume. It was not uncommon for women in rural villages to wear traditional dress every day as recently as the 1980s.
This was a beautiful sweater and a great weight for summer evenings. But the neckline was huge, as was the waist. It fit through the shoulders, so going down a size wouldn't work. What a shame. I could have really used this if it fit properly.
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Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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Inspired by wildflowers that grow along the hills
rising above the Danube and Sava Rivers, artisans in Belgrade, Serbia, knit this shawl-collar, button-front cardigan using a spray of vivid colors on a brown background. Traditional Serbian costume, both every day ...
Expand your travel wardrobe with this versatile, packable,
open-front cardigan. Embroidered flowers decorate the front and cuffs, and the viscose blend resists wrinkles and retains its shape no matter how long your journey.