What Makes a Good Sweater?

What Makes a Good Sweater?

Sweaters according to google are defined as: “A knitted garment typically with long sleeves, worn over the upper body.” While this may be true, it doesn’t explain what a good sweater is. If you were looking for a bland definition that barely covers the brassiere then there you have it. But if you are like me, and care about quality and design then here’s a better answer.

A good sweater is one that isn’t too thin that it feels like a shirt, or has too many holes as a part of the design that defeats the purpose of containing heat, or looks like something that has been doused in liquid crayons creating a terrible version of a Jackson Pollock. A good sweater has soft and comfortable material that you never want to leave making it like ripping off a bandaid when it’s time to change. It speaks to you, it shares your happiest and saddest memories, it has listened to your darkest secrets, it has been on you for that one time you decided it was a good idea to test mother nature on that snowy mountain. It keeps you warm, it’s the one that you pack on top of your suitcase so it doesn’t wrinkle like grandpa. A good sweater is sentimental. Maybe it’s the one you stole from your boyfriend, or girlfriend, or just friend.

But what if your sweater has lived its full life, and now it’s time to move on?...

Where would you even look? What would even replace that sweater you held so tightly and dared to ever let go. Some of us have attachment to certain things, and replacing sweaters is like replacing limbs. It could definitely be a mentally draining experience for some.

Don’t fret, we have a solution. We believe in our sweaters. We know that you’ll eventually grow emotionally attached to them.

If you wear it and don’t become attached to it, we’ll give you in store credit to get another one. But remember, it must be in the same condition as you received it. This applies to men’s and women’s sweaters, and only sweaters.

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