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Micaela Greg
Cardigan Season has arrived! / My favorite Season. Micaela Greg is a knitwear label founded by San Francisco based sisters, Marie and Karen Potesta. The sisters transform spool after spool of yarn into effortlessly cool knitwear by combining modern geometric patterns, intermingling textures, and deceptively simple silhouettes. They strive to design visually bold knitwear, with both an artful quality and boyishly cool aesthetic. The collection is proudly made in California, and constructed of the finest quality Italian yarns with the softest hand feel. 

Since I'm obsessed with ponchos I just got this little beauty and I will rock it at a music festival in November! So excited!

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  1. The soft feeling of a warm cardigan on a cool fall day- love it!

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    1. Oh yes! Specially when you are SO cold and you slip it on sigh.

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  2. oh my--absolutely stunning Ana. i want one :)

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  3. I love all of these, amazing and so me. I bought a mustard colored cardigan like a month ago. I love cozy sweaters but it really never gets that cold here.

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    1. Oh me too! Love cold weather and cozy blankets ;)

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  4. I love all the awesome things you find Ana! I missed being able to read your blog while I was on holiday... it's my green tea and chill time :) It's also sometimes my 'I wish I was rich so I can buy all this cool stuff time' too ...

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    1. Oh Emma! You are THE best! Thank you so much, darling.

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  5. My oh my, that top cardi is so perfect! I want to wear it today:) Muah, dear.

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  6. Ana
    Thanks for posting images of our pieces! The poncho is definitely at the top of our list of favorites too! Soft & cozy. xx Micaela Greg

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    1. Oh my goodness! Thank you SO much for replying! I'm over the moon :)

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