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If you’re shopping for great pieces from Ella Moss there are so many great options to consider.  As a little bit of background the Ella Moss line was started by designer Pamella Protzel Scott who originally studied graphic design when she realized that fashion was her true passion.  After attending the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising she was hired to work for Moise Emquies the founder of Mo Industries.  The pair partnered together to create Ella Moss taken from Pamella’s nickname (Ella) and Moise’s nickname (Moss).  In their own words, they describe the Ella Moss line as follows: “Hip, quirky, fashionable”. Protzel explained that her main inspiration for design was art, fashion, people, travelling, and Parisian flea markets.  She describes the collection as “flowy femininity with the comfort level of a t-shirt.”  You’ll find that Ella Moss fashions truly live up to that description and it isn’t hard to find so many great pieces when you are shopping the Ella Moss line.

As an example of a few of our favorite pieces as examples of the great fabrics and design that is so signature of Ella Moss consider the Blaire Widesleeve Crew Dress.  A beautiful dress with an angled contrasting hem with color options including Navy and White or Yellow and Grey.  We love the clean contrast around the high waist and the pleats around the neckline and the front keyhole giving this dress a variety of added detail and feminine touches.  This dress is made of 100% rayon which makes it dry clean only, but it feels so soft and luxurious that it is completely worth it.  This collection also features a great Blaire Puffsleeve Scoop Neck top features that same navy with contrasting white trim and includes ¾ length sleeves and a cutout detail around the shoulders.

Another great Ella Moss piece that brings a bit of luxury to something so basic is the Hampton Hoodie.  With contrasting voile shirting fabric around the neckline and trim around the hoodie with brown wooden beads at the end of the drawstring hoodie and even brown wood buttons to give this top added feminine touches.  Complete with gathering at the sides of the hemline and with faux rolled up ¾ length sleeves you will love the details on this top. We also love the Bay Blue color and even the white color that really looks classic, but still has that Ella Moss signature touch with amazing fabrics that really do feel like a t-shirt.  This top is made of a modal jersey and micro modal fabric which makes it dry clean only, but unbelievably soft.

You really can’t go wrong with Ella Moss clothing and when you are shopping for Ella Moss clothes you will find consistently great fabrics and designs that incorporate a variety of feminine touches and details that give each piece an added distinctive style.  Each Ella Moss piece has a statement piece quality to them that really does make having at least a couple of fabulous Ella Moss pieces in your wardrobe a great way to spice up your closet.

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Sweater Wrap with Sleeves

This winter in your quest to find the perfect Sweater Wrap with Sleeves you may be surprised to learn that you actually have a variety of wrap alternatives to choose from.   You have variations in length on the body of the sweater and the length of the sleeves, different fabrics or knits giving you options for different weather and of course different styles giving you a host of alternatives for a sweater wrap that will likely become a go to piece in your wardrobe.

The Milan Sweater by Laurie B. is a great example of a flared wrap sweater with sleeves that features a cropped length and a tie that can be worn in front or in back which gives you the ability to customize the look to be as tight or as loose as you want.  Of course this wrap sweater features long sleeves and is made from a great cashmere blend knit.  The back also has a gathered seam to give this wrap some added detail.  Laurie B. is known for making great contemporary knit sweaters and wraps and the Milan wrap is no exception.   At Vintage Fringe this sweater is available in either Truffle brown or in Parmesan ivory colors.

Another great wrap with sleeves that is made from a lighter weight sweater fabric is the Rayon Slub Jersey Cardigan by Ella Moss.  This wrap really has become one of our go to pieces when you need something light enough that you can throw it in your bag or purse when traveling and then layer it if you are too chilly.  It is made of a luxurious feeling Rayon Slub Jersey fabric so it is lighter weight than a traditional knit sweater, but it works perfectly year round because of its light weight fabric.  We love the option of tying the wrap in front to give it a more fitted look.  With ¾ length sleeves that are gathered this wrap is a great versatile staple for your wardrobe.

Finally, this alternative of a sweater wrap with sleeves is a bit unconventional, but a great way to spice up your sweater wardrobe and insert a little edge and modern twist on your sweater wardrobe.  The Moonlight Cap Wrap Sweater Laurie B features a shorter sweater sleeve, but we always layer it over a long sleeve shirt so you still have the long sleeve warmth.  You’ll love this distinctive sweater and its fashion forward look.  Complete with a flowing look of the wide v neck with the tie around the waist giving it a contemporary, fitted look.  This sweater is available in a variety of colors and is perfect to go over a long sleeve top in just about any color.   It is a perfect wrap to layer and looks stunning with boots or leggings.

As you can see, there are so many possibilities for finding the perfect sweater wrap with sleeves.  Each of these pieces give you a variety of options for styling that allow you to create your own individual style.  In fact, we love each of these pieces because you can use them for layering over your favorite long sleeve tee and then accentuate it with lots of great jewelry.  For all these reasons, the sweater wrap is a must have for your wardrobe this season.

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