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designer 101: souchi

{Editor’s Note: I just got the loveliest comment from souchi’s owner, Suzi – and it contains deal-getting information, so I had to  share!

thank you for such a great write up! it really means a lot to me after almost 15 years of knitting/designing souchi. so, here is a tip to your readers, contact the stores for sale merchandise because we often have ‘in store super sales’ like 50% off THE SALE PRICE (that is a STEAL!), and you can join our souchi fan page on facebook where we announce special steals. we want to eliminate the need for cheap sweaters whenever possible.

fyi, now thru june 11 if your readers purchase on my website they can receive 20% off the entire site (INCLUDING THE SALE) by using code: sitewidesale20% at the checkout.

Thanks, Suzi!}

It’s always sweater season for me, I don’t care what the weather has to say. So, I was ridiculously excited to hear that a shop I love here in Portland has expanded its reach. Not only has cashmere superstar souchi opened a second location in Basalt, Colorado, but they have a fantastic new online destination! That means their extremely luxe, infinitely covetable looks are finally accessible to all of you.

Well, relatively…they’re still heartily in the “worthy splurge” category, but you know how I feel about splurging on cashmere. There’s just nothing in the world like a truly great cashmere sweater, and souchi makes some of the best there are. Each light-as-air sweater (seriously, you can wear these on all but the hottest of summer days) is loomed and finished by hand, with a hand-written label sewn in to tell you exactly who made yours. It’s luxe to the maximum degree, and I’m obsessed.

While you’re browsing, be sure to check out a few of their other lines – most everything they carry is on my favorites list, from Sonia Rykiel to Page Sargisson. And if you love their styles but not the price tags, be sure to check the sale section…nothing’s what you might call a steal, but the discount does take a lot of their pieces from utterly unattainable to almost possible. I’ll take it!

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