Sportempos Cardigan

I am such a sucker for a good vintage tag, so it was no surprise that I bought this cardigan.

Apparently, ‘sportempos has that suburbia look” and I wanted to have it too, so I dished out the $3.99 for it.

I LOVE the colors and design of it.

Check out the buttons!

Those little details get me every time.

Unfortunately, when I got it home and inspected it closer, I discovered it had a few holes.

I thought about donating it back, but I just really love the whole vibe of it.

So for now, I’m going to hold on to it.

Speaking of holding on…

Check out those roses!

Not bad for mid December!

Do you still have flowers in bloom where YOU are?

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Author: style4lessvegas

Fashion and Beauty on a Budget

10 thoughts

  1. I love this sweater!
    Look at it this way.
    If someone in the fashion business could take a pair of jeans and CUT HOLES in them for a new trend, then your sweater with a few holes — is super trendy!!! This is a good example of taking lemons and making lemonade!

    Dee xoxo

  2. I agree with Dee. Or if it bugs you too much you can always take some yarn or whatever and sew them up. I love vintage sweaters. In high school I used to go to the Goodwill and look for the vintage ones from the 40’s and 50’s. They were so pretty.

  3. I am with everyone else. I needle and matching thread will close the holes. They are probably moth holes. Many times they show up after you have washed the sweater. With a couple of stitches, no one will know!

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