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70s Spring Cardigan Thing - which pic would you pic?

Discussion in 'PUBLIC Vintage Fashion - Ask Questions Get Answers' started by Patentleathershoes, May 7, 2004.

  1. After trying a zillion shirts with this, I decided to leave the half girl naked under the piece that I am selling because I was afraid someone wouldn't read and would think the shirt came with it, so would anyone be offended by the nudity? LOL

    What do you call a cardigan thingy with no closures? a short sleeved spring cardigan with no closures right? My main question is below...(the whole reason for even posting this) which scan of the detail along the big white stripe shows up better to you? reminds me of punched tin : ) any better name for that?

    I am trying to formulate a snappy title
    Think Spring! 70s pastel fly weight knit cardigan


    <img src=http://images.andale.com/f2/100/128/12755634/1083654119023_cardigan.jpg>

    Okay, which one works better?

    <img src=http://images.andale.com/f2/100/128/12755634/1083358026636_cardigandetail2.jpg>

    <img src=http://images.andale.com/f2/100/128/12755634/1083024087553_1084081378626_scan.jpg>
  2. Gosh, I am just no good at titles, especially on TGIF. I would definitely put pastel stripes, though.<p>Maybe there is a magazine scan on that thread that shows some of these cute perky jacket tops. I know there's one on that color blue.<p>As far as the last two close-ups, I think the first one shows more detail.
  3. thanks, i will use the first one then!

    sometimes one can't tell when one stares at things too long : )

    will definitely put pastel blue stripes in there, just hung up on calling it a cardigan, as i always picture cardigans long sleeves and wintry.
  4. I just launched it late yesterday...hopefully it will all do the trick : )
  5. bartondoll

    bartondoll Guest


    I wonder if you should add 'preppy' to the title? This could look very preppy depending what it was worn with.

  6. I'll revise it with that in mind.



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