Treat Yourself: Pocket Poppet Travel Cardigan

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Pocket Poppet Travel Cardigan

My friend sent me a link to the Pocket Poppet Travel Cardigan this morning and I had to share it immediately. There has never been a cardigan that I have wanted as much as this one!

Pocket Poppet Travel CardiganIn addition to being super cute, what makes the Pocket Poppet so special is that it has a hidden inside pocket that allows the cardigan to fold up into itself! The hidden pocket is waterproof and quite small, which makes it absolutely perfect for travel or for carrying in your purse for those times when a cardigan is unexpectedly necessary (i.e. over air-conditioned restaurants during the summer).

The cardigan features pleating in the back, which covers up any bulk that the pocket may create. For those of you in the area, Pocket Poppet is a Chicago-based company and all cardigans are currently made in the U.S.A.!

The Pocket Poppet Travel Cardigan costs $99 and is available in sizes XS-XL and available in colors sapphire blue, chocolate, rich plum, red wine, heathered gray, black, and white.

In addition to the classic style, a yoga version also exists. The yoga version is very similar except that the cut seems to be a bit more casual.

Pocket Poppet Sale

I rarely leave my house without stashing a cardigan in my bag because I’m always cold, so I’d be happy to pay the full $99 price for a Pocket Poppet. However, through June 9, 2014 Pocket Poppet is celebrating their one year anniversary and taking $30 off all cardigans, which brings the price down to $69 each. No coupon is necessary. All prices have been marked to reflect the discount.

Also awesome? All Pocket Poppet Travel Cardigans ship for free in the U.S.A.!

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