Sympli Key Cardigan in Black
The Sympli Key Cardigan is a new piece to the Sympli clothing line and is wonderful for so many reasons. The cardigan itself is lined throughout the front to show less seams. The cardigan is open in the front and has long sleeves making it perfect for anytime of year. The front of the Key Cardigan is cut with angled draping that allows the top to flow and the interior lining makes it fuss free so seams won't show no matter how the drape falls in the front. The back offers coverage of the rear but is cut shorter than the front to let the draping show off. This top runs true to size. The model is 5'3", 120 lbs and is wearing a size 6.
Cardigans are great over tanks, short sleeve, and 3/4 sleeve tops but are also a must for most sleeveless dresses. Try the Key Cardigan over the black Go To Dress or black Trapeze dress for a great look for a wedding or summer party or mix it up and layer it over the Shifted Stripe Nu Ideal Tank and the Black Narrow Pant. For a cover up for work, this cardigan is great over the Go To Tee in white and the Narrow Pant in black. The base layers can be mixed and matched to compliment the solid black cardigan and add style without adding fuss.
Here in the store, Sympli is our number one selling brand. This travel knit line is made in Canada and sewn by master seamstresses. The fabric is patented and is 3 oz heavier than other travel knits on the market. This extra weight gives the fabric a beautiful drape that does not cling or lay on the body. For this reason, the Sympli pieces are slimming and flattering to figures from a size 2-18. Best yet, the fabric feels amazing on the body, making you look sophisticated while you feel ever so comfortable too. This is due, in part, to just the right amount of stretch. The line is designed to mix and match for endless wardrobing possibilities, and the fabric won’t shrink, stretch out or wrinkle.
94% Polyester, 6% Spandex.
Machine wash in cold water and hang to dry. Do not bleach. Iron at a low temperature if needed.
Made in Canada.