My Newest Obsession: Fair Isle Sweaters

Fair Isle Sweaters by top US Fashion Blogger Laura Lily: image of a woman wearing a Ralph Lauren JCrew Fair Isle Sweater

Fair Isle Sweaters by top US Fashion Blogger Laura Lily: image of a woman wearing a Ralph Lauren JCrew Fair Isle Sweater
Fair Isle Sweaters by top US Fashion Blogger Laura Lily: image of a woman wearing a Ralph Lauren JCrew Fair Isle Sweater
Fair Isle Sweaters by top US Fashion Blogger Laura Lily: image of a woman wearing a Ralph Lauren JCrew Fair Isle Sweater
Fair Isle Sweaters by top US Fashion Blogger Laura Lily: image of a woman wearing a Ralph Lauren JCrew Fair Isle Sweater Fair Isle Sweaters by top US Fashion Blogger Laura Lily: image of a woman wearing a Ralph Lauren JCrew Fair Isle Sweater

I have a new found love for fair isle sweaters…

Fun fact of the day: Fair Isle is a traditional knitting technique used to create patterns with multiple colors. It is named after Fair Isle, one of the Shetland islands. It is more of a winter pattern so I am trying to get as much fair isle in as possible. Even my favorite mittens and hats are fair isle!


Liz and I shot these photos while in Aspen. We found the cutest log cabin and literally jumped out of the car with excitement to shoot these photos. I didn’t realize how big these earmuffs were on my head. Liz kept telling me I looked like Princess Leia and now I understand why.

I ended up buying these mittens in 4 different colors because I couldn’t make up my mind.  The good news is they are very warm, fleece lined, super cute and all about $10 a piece! I’ve linked them below for you.

What do you think? Are you going to jump on the fair isle bandwagon with me?!

SHOP MY FAVORITE FAIR ISLE SWEATERS:

 

Ralph Lauren Sweater | Mott & Bow Jeans | Trouvé Ear Muffs | Sorel Boots | Amazon mittens

Liz’s sweater: JCrew

Loving these fair isle sweaters? Click here for more and check out more of my favorite winter looks!
Photos by Alexis Ahrling

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *