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Micaela Greg

Micaela Greg Steel Blue Twist Cardigan

Micaela Greg Steel Blue Twist Cardigan

Regular price $138.00 USD
Regular price $341.00 USD Sale price $138.00 USD
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Textured cardigan knit from Alpaca boucle yarn in mixed colors. Sweater features  v-neck, shaped sleeve and relaxed fit.

89% Superfine Alpaca, 11% Recycled Polyamide

Made in Peru

Model is wearing a size M
Model Measurements: Height-5'8", Chest-32", Waist-24", Hip-33"

Also available in oatmeal and charcoal

Size S M L
Across Shoulder 21" 22" 23"
Chest 23" 24" 25"
22" 23"
Sleeve Length (from neck)
24" 24.5" 25"
Bottom Sweep 14" 15" 16"


Micaela Greg has it's roots as a knitwear focused womenswear brand that has continually evolved into a collection of intentional ready-to-wear pieces. The collection is comprised of highly textural knits paired with thoughtfully designed wovens. The brand has continued to explore the balance between craftsmanship and utility. The belief that curating a wardrobe of timeless, made to last pieces that can be rediscovered season after season is a key element in the brands culture. Natural material choices along with a dedication to sustainable production practices are crucial elements that guide each design. 



Micaela Greg believes in slowing down the pace of consumption and working towards building a wardrobe of timeless pieces. They focus on selecting natural materials that are renewable, biodegradable and long-lasting. Their materials are easily regenerative including Cotton, Cotton Linen, Alpaca and Wool. 90% of their denims are deadstock fabrics sourced locally in California. They also use GOTS certified dyes to keep their fabrics safe for the wearer and for the environment.



Micaela Greg knitwear is produced in the USA and Peru. The pieces made in the USA are constructed of the finest quality Italian yarns and locally sourced trims. Their women-run and owned workshop in Peru utilizes locally sourced materials such as Alpaca and Pima Cotton yarns. In both manufacturing processes there is an importance placed on working with skilled artisans to draw on their expertise while supporting local industries.

Their wovens are produced in the USA and India. Their garments that are made in the USA are produced close to home and the materials are sourced most often from deadstock fabrics. The pieces produced in India are highly specialized and showcase the talents of the textile industry in the region.

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