Yves Saint Laurent Fashion & Cosmetics

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What might you use $1300 on? You could pay a month's lease, stock up on goods and yell your mates a delightful supper. Then again you could blow everything on this preposterous cardigan.

The blue cardigan with dark stars from Saint Laurent's Fall Winter 2013 gathering is evidently one of the season's must have things. We have no clue why.

It's been styled on some superstars in style magazines, incorporating Zooey Deschanel and Amanda Seyfried, and Katie Holmes was snapped in the city brandishing the toddler blue weave, reports The New York Post .

It's produced out of a mixture of fleece, mohair and polyamide. You can purchase it from Us extravagance outlet chains Saks and Barneys, and in addition e-tailers Farfetch.com and Mytheresa.com for a cool $1,290.

So why is it so costly? The fanciful French design house has dependably been connected with extravagance (recall the really popular Ysl smoking suit?), however this only looks like something you'd snatch for $5 from Vinnies.

French Designer Hedi Slimane was carried on to redo the house with a dissimilar young vibe, which was reflected in the 90s grunge topic of his most recent accumulations.

Design essayist Tim Blanks (of style.com) called the succumb to an "irregular crush up of messy cardigans, plaid shirts, and sparkly dresses accessorised with humorous pearl necklaces and dark bows, fishnets and biker boots."

Alright, we get it. You're paying for the mark and for the nature of the piece. You may pay that much for a stunning calfskin tote or an incredible fleece cover that will keep going you a lifetime. Be that as it may an oversized cardigan that will go straight out of design when the following season moves around? No. Simply no.


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