A label I have featured a couple of times in the past, but the 1960s-style Decima zip cardigan by Anglozine is a new addition to its range.
You might recall the Style Council-inspired Anglozine Pause Windbreaker or the 1950s Tilson cotton jacket, both of which proved popular in the past. In fact, both are still available in some or other on the Anglozine if you want to check either out.
Or you could have a look at this new design, although the term ‘new’ is probably the wrong one to use.
That’s because this is a knit that is unashamedly 1960s in its inspiration. It’s also a quality piece, which means it doesn’t come cheap.
Take your pick from the three colour options shown here, each one a 12 gauge lightweight cotton cardigan with a straight hem, full zip front, chest pocket, ribbed hem and cuff contrasting detail to the front and a good-sized collar.
Each one is made in Italy using an Italian yarn and each is available to order right now. But you will need £195 to secure one.
Find out more at the Anglozine website
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Just as ugly today as they were in the 1960s.