The Cardigan is the Any-Weather Style Soldier

The button-front design will keep you comfy in a variety of temperatures.
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Whether it's warm outside or freezing inside the office, a cardigan will come in handy. Thanks to its button-front design, you can air out or bundle up as necessary for changing temperature levels. Here are our favorites out there right now. 

Nordstrom Men's Shop Regular Fit Tipped Cardigan

This pared-down heather gray option can be paired with blue jeans for a more casual vibe, or dress trousers to keep it office appropriate. The styling options are endless.   

J.Crew Destination Recycled Bomber Cardigan

This one features a snap closure, making it a perfect choice for those with a button phobia.  

Rag & Bone Cardiff Shawl-Lapel Cardigan

A shawl lapel just sounds like it's meant to be worn to the nines, which won't be hard given the sleek fit of this sweater.  

John Elliott High-Twist Cardigan

L.A.-based designer John Elliott brings the California sunshine with this cheery lemon-drop yellow piece. A perfect contrast to that all-black wardrobe you love so much in the colder months.  

Acne Studios Black Neve Face Raglan Cardigan

If you're looking for something simple that also has character, look no further than Acne Studios.  

Our Legacy Leopard V-Neck Cardigan 

Leopard print is really a very versatile pattern. Just throw on some blue jeans and a plain white T-shirt and you're good to go.  

RRL Mélange Cotton Cardigan

The textured pattern of this mélange cardigan has a very outdoorsy feel to it. Perfect for weekends away this winter. 

AMI Ami de Coeur Cardigan 

Ever wonder why Parisians look so damn cool? It's because they wear brown sweaters with ornate French embroidery (that's what we think at least).   

Thom Browne Classic Merino Cardigan

Thom Browne practically invented the modern iteration of the gray sweater. Trust us: This one's worth the hefty price tag. You'll be wearing it for years to come.

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