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cardigan no button no, Fashion Photo by Erik Holmén 1947. A woman, wearing a cardigan sweater. A popular style in the U. Commonly cardigans have buttons: a garment that is tied is instead considered a robe.

A more modern version of the garment has no buttons and hangs open by design. British officers supposedly wore during the war. The legend of the event and the fame that Lord Cardigan achieved after the war led to the rise of the garment’s popularity. The garment is mostly associated with the college culture of the Roaring Twenties and early 1930s, being also popular throughout the 1950s, the 1970s and the 1990s. Cardigans have also regained popularity during the present decade. Its versatility means it can be worn in casual or formal settings and in any season, but it is most popular during cool weather.

Monochromatic cardigans, in sleeved or vest form, may be viewed as a conservative fashion staple. The sweaters complemented his easy-going style of singing, and became a trademark. The sweater became a trademark for him as well. His cardigans were made by his mother and were closed with a zipper instead of buttons. The sweater was reported to have a burn hole, a button missing, and discoloration around the pockets. This page was last edited on 7 December 2017, at 05:53.