Cardigan Beskida grey-lightblue
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- Brand: 2KOLYORY
- Product Code: 2160
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The task of embroidery of all times was to decorate clothes, to enhance attractiveness and status of its recipients and to help them, as it was considered to be an amulet. You think that Ukrainian artisans crafted only embroidered shirts? No, they decorated with embroidery other garments as well. We can see a lot of it on the clothing of Cossack leaders (hetmans, leaders of regiments and squadrons, rich Cossacks) who could afford items made from expensive fabrics with refined embroidery.
Traditions which are several centuries old already (they came to us from the 17th-18th centuries) have inspired us to create this unique model. This is a grey and light-blue cardigan crafted following the motifs of the embroidery of Cossack leaders. This model amazes with the brave designer’s decision and filigree work. We can see floral elements which impress with its beauty and flawless accomplishment. According to the symbolism which our ancestors conveyed in embroidery, big flowers are the symbol of health, love and prosperity, interweaving with leaves implies uniting with the family and the eternity of kin. Thus, there are all reasons to be sure that the cardigan “Beskida” will give you positive vibes and will raise your mood as well as inspire for important achievements.
The cardigan “Beskida” is a universal item of a wardrobe which goes well with any clothes. Throw it over a classic dress or a sleeveless shirt with jeans – in any case your look will be unforgettable and stylish. There are no restrictions about footwear and accessories as well.
The model looks trendy and effective, this is achieved with the help of its ideal knitting as well as beneficial cut which does not restrain movements and high quality threads (30% wool, 70% acryl). You will feel comfortable in this cardigan by all means. It will warm you up when it is cold outside and will raise your mood on a gloomy day.
|Type of textile||Linen|