Reformation’s La Ligne Collab Has 3 Colorful, Basic Sweaters You’ll Want To Wear With Everything
You already know that nothing beats wearing a big comfy sweater on a cool fall day. While cozy, those big sweaters can sometimes fall short of being fashionable, and styling oversized chunky knits can feel like an uphill battle (do you dress them up, or just go all in with leggings?). Fortunately for perpetually chilly people everywhere, the new La Ligne x Reformation capsule collection is here with the only big sweaters you'll need this season.
The La Ligne x Reformation collection consists of three sweaters each available in two colors for a total of six styles to choose from that retail for $228 apiece. Classic knit details such as chunky turtlenecks, thick cable knits, and ribbed cuffs get the Reformation treatment, re-conceptualized into elements that don't completely hide your shape. By simply elongating the cuff and minimizing the cable knit texture, the La Ligne x Reformation Sail-Away-With-Me Sweater becomes instantly feminine, ready to be tucked into jeans or worn with a floral maxi skirt.
But the silhouettes aren't the only Reformation signature in this capsule — Reformation's sustainable practices are also highlighted, with each sweater made of 100 percent recycled fibers. According to Reformation, the recycled yarns hail from Prato, Italy, and are created from plastic bottles, industrial waste, and spare denim cuts. While you wouldn't know from looking at it, the yarn used to create the stylish Never-Let-Me-Go Sweater is actually created from spinning together polyester made from recycled plastic and cotton fibers recovered from industrial waste.
La Ligne's trademark stripe and eye for detail aren't left in the shadows, though. The designers brought the graphic into play in this capsule through horizontal stripes of color and vertical stripes of texture, having spent years reimagining the stripe in La Ligne's own collections. Founded by Vogue alums Meredith Melling and Valerie Macaulay, along with Molly Howard who previously worked at Rag & Bone, La Ligne is a name to follow (if you aren't already) beyond this capsule, as the brand consistently designs some of the best sweaters available on the market.
Scroll down for all six sweater styles from the La Ligne x Reformation capsule collection, and never worry about picking between stylish and comfy again.
Sweaters aren't usually this eye-catching, but this feminine knit will turn heads. This sultry sweater is cut to land on your hips instead of covering them up, and incorporates a hot pink that isn't usually found in winter wardrobes.
If pink isn't your thing, opt for the sweater in camel. Pair the knit with high-waisted trousers and colored sunglasses for a '70s look that will still keep you cozy.
Forgo the season's neon trend for this classic olive sweater, a color that consistently looks good with fall's traditional shades. Light variations in the dye's pigmentation makes this sweater a more relaxed piece, while the subtle crop adds structure and opens the door for layering options.
Not quite blush, not quite beige, cream is a neutral color that can be paired with anything you already own. The vertical texture and subdued shade give this sweater its designer feel.
La Ligne's attention to stripes is on full display with this sweater. The shades of blue are intersected by the vertical knit, with the oversized sleeves and turtleneck adding soft curves to an otherwise structural piece.
Chase away the winter blues with this colorful sweater. Combining the neutrals and brights found in the capsule, there's a shade in this sweater to match any outfit.