I always forget that spring can still be a little chilly sometimes! That’s why I was so happy that St. Roche sent me their new Trellis Cardigan to style. And while this cropped cardigan is made from wool, it’s light enough to be worn in warmer weather. Here’s how I’m styling this cropped cardigan for spring!
How to Style a Cropped Cardigan for Spring
Right now I love to wear my St. Roche cropped cardigan with a pair of wide leg jeans. I think this look is effortless and on-trend. It’s also really comfortable! I’m wearing the Citizens of Humanity Ayla Baggy Wide Leg Jeans so they are a really exaggerated silhouette. But I really like the baggy wide leg jeans with the boxy cropped cardigan. If wide leg jeans are too much for you a pair of straight leg jeans would work well too.
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This cropped cardigan would also look good with a skirt. I would pair it with a slinky slip skirt – or long denim skirt if you want to be on-trend. You can see this cardigan styled with a skirt on the St. Roche website and it looks super cute!
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I’m wearing a silk tank underneath this sweater because it was still a little chilly and I felt like I needed another layer. But this sweater looks great by itself. It’s actually styled like that on the brand’s website. The V neck does go down pretty deep on me so if I were to wear it without a tank I’d probably have to secure the sweater with double sided tape. I just got this double sided tape that came highly recommended from a stylist.
St. Roche Trellis Cardigan Review
I wanted to talk a little more about the St. Roche Trellis Cardigan because it’s such a beautiful piece. If you aren’t familiar, St. Roche is a small brand based out of Los Angeles. Their pieces are ethically and sustainably made in India, Peru, and LA in small, family-run or women-led factories.
The Trellis Cardigan is made from 89% superfine Alpaca and 11% polyamide. It feels really soft and fluffy and surprisingly lightweight. I specifically like the little details of this cardigan – the airy pointelle stitching, the side slits, and the natural Corozo buttons. I do find this cardigan a little bit itchy if I don’t wear a tank underneath. But if you aren’t sensitive to wool you should be fine.
This is actually my fourth St. Roche sweater so I can vouch for their quality. You can find my other St. Roche Reviews here!