Fall is my favorite season for many reasons. I love how beautiful nature is when the leaves turn orange, red, and gold, and fall like snow flakes, decorating the ground that I walk on. I love how the weather becomes much cooler and a blustering wind can be heard from inside a house. I love the smell of academic supplies as school starts up again. All of these different loves for autumn lead to a crucial article of clothing that I love to wear amidst the color, coolness, and atmosphere of fall: the cable knit sweater.
I can not think of any other piece of clothing that represents autumn so much. As a result, even though I am a bargain shopper and never like to spend excessively, I am also willing to invest a little more for a good cable knit sweater.
Before I purchased my first cable knit sweater, I was already shopping at the Polo Ralph Lauren out let factory store. I usually went to the store to buy the polo shirts with the signature pony logo
on the left breast area.
During those times of shopping, I always noticed the big island in the middle of the Women’s section that had mountains of cable knit sweaters of all different kinds of shades. I noticed that each sweater would range from fifty to sixty dollars, so I never bothered to look further and continued my shopping for polo shirts. After my intense obsession of cable knits developed, I thought I would go back to the place where I had originally seen the sweaters. I felt that Polo Ralph Lauren was a traditional, well known and classic brand that I could rely on for quality goods.
After asking around and getting some advice from my aunt, who has already shopped around for some good cable knits, she recommended the Polo Ralph Lauren factory store as my best bet for a
sweater I would wear for a long time.
I decided to return to the store and noticed that there was a crew neck cut and a v neck cut. I think the v neck cut is very ...