Women's Fine Gauge Supima Cable Cowl Sweater
LOVE THIS SWEATER!
This sweater is wonderful! It's a nice, thick, medium weight; not too light, not too heavy. Warm and comfortable. The raspberry wine color is a very pretty magenta. I usually wear a medium, but I ordered a size down in accordance with the other reviews, and it fits perfectly.
This has quickly become my favorite sweater. I wish it came in more colors!
March 22, 2013
Great colors- poor quality.
I really love this sweater- it runs big (order a size smaller) but is really comfortable and a nice weight. Unfortunately, after only wearing it about 5 times there are holes at the seams of both armpits...very disappointed in the poor quality of this sweater.
February 24, 2013
please bring this style back next winter with some re-design
Beautiful colors, beautiful supina material, love, love the cowl and cowl material, love that it comes in petite. Please, please fix the sleeve, it is not an inset sleeve, as it needs to be, and instead starts somewhere down past the shoulder, very awkward. Body needs to be more shaped, is too boxy, and too long. Or alternately could be a great tunic if longer in length. Please work on this one a bit more and bring back for next winter, thanks from a cowl neck fan.
February 7, 2013
Cozy, runs big
It is a very comfy sweater, but it does run long. I just folded it under and it worked out ok. I have had trouble keeping the edge of the cowl neck flipped over the right way, which is kind of annoying. I LOVE the color.
January 24, 2013
Beautiful lacy cowl-neck sweater
The cowl neck on this sweater would be better described as lacy rather than cably. The effect is soft and delicate. I got this sweater in a petite XS rather than my usual S. It fits perfectly! The sweater runs about 3/4 size too big in that size range. The sleeves are a little too long, but the cuffs are long and fold up nicely, and then the length is perfect. As shown on the model, the sweater runs long in the body, but is lightly fitted rather than boxy. I got the nautical blue, which is very bright and deep. I am well pleased with this sweater.
December 11, 2012
Hated this sweater!
I was initially so excited to see this seemingly beautiful sweater, on sale. What a disappointment!
The neckline is ridiculous, without any substance at all. The result? It looks like a rag, sloppily attached to the sweater. Additionally, I was not very pleased with the fabric used for the sweater. The entire piece appeared to be very cheap.
I'm normally very pleased with Land's End, but this purchase is going right back!
November 18, 2012
I love this sweater! I think the fit is perfect and looks just as it does on the model. I don't consider that boxy but maybe it is to some people. I bought 2 colors so I could decide which one looks best in person, but I think I'm keeping both. I also bought one for my mom for Christmas and hope she likes it as much as I do.
November 17, 2012
I'm so glad I snapped this up while it was still available in my size and in the nautical blue. The fit is comfortable, the fabric has a flattering drape, the length is great, and the lace collar is effortless and elegant. It was love at first wear!
November 14, 2012
New Favorite Sweater
I bought this in navy. It fits closely without clinging and is super soft and cozy. It falls to mid hip on me (not too short or too long) and is very flattering. The knit is thick enough that no camisole is needed which is another plus. Great sweater for the price to layer under a winter coat.
October 12, 2012
Great color, but loose fit
I ordered this sweater in a size small (I usually wear a small) and it was quite loose all around. When I read that it had some stretch in the material, I was expecting a sweater that was a little less boxy. I found it to be loose (and would bunched up) in the arms, loose in the torso area and in the shoulders. The shoulder seam also fell extremely low.
Aside from that, the material was nice and extremely soft, and the color was great! I ordered the deep amethyst.
Perhaps, order a size smaller than you normally would.
October 11, 2012