Nopeâ€”I haven’t run out of sweaters! Not yet. I’m sure you were wondering, those of you following along at home. But yes, I do have some other things to share, a bit more variety waiting in the wings. But check outsideâ€”isn’t it chilly? Just a little? It’s still Winter out there, and my inventory hasn’t crashed the asset server yet, so here’s one more warm-and-fuzzy sweater for your consideration. I do have even yet still more to come, at least a few, but I’ll try to mix things up a bit, here and there, to keep things interesting.
This sweater is by Ajay Giano, and it’s calledÂ “Milton”. The name is rather straightforward and unprepossessing, and I suppose the sweater is, tooâ€”so that’s fitting. But don’t let the simplicity of the design fool you. It may be “just” simple and casual, but as an example of the form, it’s very fine indeed. The sleeves are short, just above the elbow, and slightly, comfortably rumpled. Although it’s covered here by my scarf (sorry!), the neckline is a shallow V rather than a close circle or high turtle.
The fabric texture is smooth and naturalâ€”it’s a fine, close knit rather than a loose oneâ€”and the clear, bold graphic design across the torso suggests snowflakes, if you look at it just right. I find it to be just the thing for cold-weather activities outdoors, like snowman building, snowball fights, orÂ just relaxing while enjoying a clear, cold day. Or dancing at sunset on a crisp, wintry evening.
This sweater is a rigged-mesh attachment, so you’ll need to be using a mesh-compliant viewer. Both “slim” and “thick” fits are included. Available in eight colors, L$200 each at Zoobong (Millions 111, 186, 24).