For a while now, anything to do with the 90s has been riding a wave of popularity.
Blazers, strappy tops and gingham have all made a resurgence, as have, of course, cardigans.
Not one to miss out on the trend, New Look have released a selection of knitwear which has certainly been delivering the throwback aesthetic.
Fans flocked to New Look’s Instagram to share their love for the their faux fur trim tie front cardigan, a cute overlay perfect for teaming with a pair of 90s-esque jeans
Posting on Instagram, New Look showcased the cardigan, which sells for £23.99, and wrote: “Why wear anything else when you can wear our colourful knitwear all autumn long?”
Fans couldn’t resist expressing their delight, with one saying: “actually adorable? So 90s/00s!”
A second customer said the cardigan was “giving clueless vibes,” in reference to the hit 1995 film.
A third admitted she had already treated herself to some of the knitwear, penning “I’ve bought pink one – really cute” accompanied by a heart and love-struck emoji.
A fourth could barely contain their excitement, writing simply “OOOH” accompanied by three love-struck emojis.
The cardigan is available in six different colours and comes in sizes 6-18.
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