A cross between a jacket and a cardigan, the jardigan is a study in beautiful contradictions. It’s stretchy yet structured; room-commanding yet cozy; and equally suited for board meetings and brunches. We truly believe every woman should own more than one (we even joked that jardigans should run for president!)—so for a limited time, we’re offering 25% off when you buy two or more items from our jardigan bundle, which includes jardigans and other best-selling styles to pair with them. Here are 10 ways we’re styling the jardigan bundle right now.
This outfit, modeled by our Senior Product Director, Rachel, is like a mini M.M. hall of fame—every piece has been a fan favorite for years. The Foster pants in black (our best-selling item of all time) are an obvious match for our classic Woolf jardigan and the goes-with-anything Peggy top. We love pairing black and navy, and throwing in a lighter shade, like crisp ivory, is a great way to keep the color combo feeling fresh and purposeful.
Cool as a Column
When in doubt, you can’t go wrong with a column outfit—that is, a solid-colored top and bottom (or dress), topped by a contrasting layer. I wear this outfit when I need a confidence boost, because the legging-like Curie pants plus the sleek Lana boots make me feel kind of like a corporate version of Catwoman. Personally, I like to wear the Merritt jardigan without the sash for a relaxed, slightly oversized fit, but you could also cinch the waist if you prefer more definition.
In case the photo doesn’t make it obvious, this outfit makes me really happy. Stretchy, swishy, elastic-waistband pants, plus a hoodie I’m proud to wear out of the house? I’m in heaven. Add the (machine-washable AND 100% silk) Bridget top in herringbone to the mix for some extra polish, and you’re ready to (literally) spring into action.
Subtle Fall Shades
I recently got to wear the Wesley loungers for an employee photoshoot, and just wow. I knew they’d be comfortable, since they’re made from the same material as my beloved Colby joggers, but I honestly didn’t expect them to be so elegant and flattering. Once my olive-colored Wesleys arrive in the mail, I’ll be wearing them with the Malki top and Merritt jardigan in latte for a subtle fall palette.
Unexpected Dashes of Color
As our Growth Marketing Manager, Kate, shows, our bamboo color adds just the right amount of brightness to your outfit. The Sant Ambroeus in marled yarn is a great option if you love our jardigans but want something a bit more casual. Made from a machine-washable knit with subtle color variation throughout, this piece pairs perfectly with the matching Giulia top. Here, Kate wears the Cobble Hill skirt, Wide Stitched belt, and Ella sandals—but you could also sub in some Foster pants and sneakers for a more dressed-down look.
Like Navy, But Better
Like navy but want to switch things up? Try the Malki top and Sant Ambroeus jardigan in Baltic blue, which is like if navy got a blowout and a manicure. Pair these pieces with the Colby joggers in cool charcoal and the Lyssa earrings in silver for a lovely tonal look. I like to wear this outfit on the weekend with sneakers, but you could also try it with booties for a more formal feel.
A Different Way to Wear a Jacket
Sometimes you don’t feel like wearing a jacket. But even then, a jardigan can be a powerful styling tool. Thanks to a stretchy fabric that holds its shape, our jardigans are the perfect thing to tie around your waist when you need that extra element to pull a look together. Here, our Art Director, Lauren, wears the Sant Ambroeus jardigan in ivory over the Leslie T-shirt and Tinsley trousers (a team-favorite style that doubles as loungewear).
From Nap to Night Out
The Harlem skirt lives in the center of a three-way Venn diagram of office-ready polish, nap-approved stretch, and night-out readiness. Other friends who live in that circle include the Colette jardigan and Giulia top—and together, they’re unstoppable. Add the gold Claressa hoops for shine and a pair of fresh white sneakers to keep it casual.
Built-In Black and Navy
The easiest way to nail the black-and-navy combo? Find a piece that already includes both colors, like the Noho skirt in brush jacquard. As M.M. Stylist Jordan shows, the polished Peggy top and classic Woolf jardigan pull this look together effortlessly. If you’re going to the office right now, this is a great outfit to have in your rotation. (Shoe-wise, I like the Rowan flats for fall and the Zelda boots with some tights when it gets cold.)
A Reason to Change Out of Pajamas
The next time you’re tempted to work from home in sweatpants and the same T-shirt you slept in (which I may or may not have done this week), take the extra 30 seconds to pull on the Choe top and Rogala stretch culottes instead. I promise you’ll be just as comfortable, and you’ll also look (and feel) like a real adult at work. Want to go the extra mile? Add the statement-making Kalpana necklace, and trade your Birkenstock-and-sock combo for the Zelda boots when you venture outside to walk the dog.