Sweater Weather: White + Warren


Big Day at Julia Farr! We are having a fabulous White + Warren trunk show.  The boutique is filled with gorgeous cashmeres, fun fur and knits.  Camels, teals, pumpkins, mulberry and deep purples are abounding.  With the weather in DC about to drop about ten degrees in the next few days, the long and short sweaters are perfect to begin the autumnal layering.  White + Warren is best known for its cashmere but also has cotton knits & blends. The brand’s travel wrap — that comes in neutrals and jewel tones — is complete genius. We also have their gorgeous pink ombre Breast Cancer Awareness travel wrap shown in October In Style Magazine.

The White + Warren collection continues to move forward into new territory, expanding into head to toe knit dressing that includes every layer from tees to outerwear – for a total look that’s both comfortable and stylish. Susan White and Barbara Warren started the company in 1997. They built their company on the simple notion that cashmere could be an integral part of every woman’s wardrobe. Beginning with essential silhouettes the line carries sophisticated staples and key fashion items and accessories in a variety of fabrications. The founders cite loyalty to their product, a passion for the work, the integrity of their products and staying true to their brand that accounts for their success.

AT, wish you were in town to stop in for wine and cashmere this evening! I’ll save one for you — what color??


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  1. ann prochnow

    Mmmm, wine and cashmere.

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