Spring may have officially sprung, but in no way does it feel like shorts and T-shirt weather. Actually, most days, I’m still reaching for my knits—although grey cashmere sweaters and rust-colored infinity scarves are starting to get might boring. So while most people would tell you that you’d be crazy to invest in more knits right now, I say, you still have a few weeks of good wearing time to go. Plus, I never really store away my sweaters and cardigans in the summer. They’re perfect for layering over paper-thin tanks and maxi-dresses on chilly summer nights.
The work of Canadian designer Tara-Lynn Morrison recently caught my eye. Her label Good Night, Day features modern, one-of-a-kind hand-knit pieces. Her berry-hued alpaca toques are absolutely adorable, but what I really, really want is awesome multi-colored sweaters.
The Kingston Thick & Thin Merino Sweater features a pretty classic crewneck style. I love the slightly oversized fit, but the three-quarter length sleeves pull everything into proportion—and makes the sweater totally transition-weather worthy. The Kingston is made from fair-trade hand-spun merino wool sourced from Uruguay, naturally dyed, and hand-knit by Tara-Lynn in Canada. I’m so used to seeing single-color sweaters, so this midnight blue, teal, orange, and grey colorway looks totally amazing.
The Kingston sweater is $198 and available at the Good Night, Day online shop.
Buy it HERE.