This bougie knit cardigan will make any outfit look more expensive — but it’s less than $45

There’s nothing more satisfying than finding a great piece of clothing that looks super expensive but is actually really affordable. From fashion jewelry that looks designer to sunglasses that look straight out of Vogue, bougie-looking pieces instantly elevate any wardrobe.

And what’s the next stylish find that’s worth buying? PRETTYGARDEN’s Button Down Chunky Knit Cardigan! This knit cardigan looks like you could find it on the racks at pricey stores like Khaite, ba&sh or Sezane, but in actuality, it’s less than $45.

PRETTYGARDEN Button Down Chunky Knit Cardigan, $41.99

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Available in 14 solid colors, including neutrals like beige and black as well as brighter hues such as pink, this sweater comes in sizes S-XL. Machine-washable and slightly oversized, we can’t get over all of the chic details this cardigan has. The design features two petite front pockets, five gold and black buttons and a thick waffle knit that looks incredibly luxe. But don’t worry — you won’t overheat in this sweater.

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Pair this cardigan with your favorite dress to keep warm on slightly chilly nights, and then wear it with jeans or trousers all fall and winter. You can keep it buttoned up or layer it over a tank top for a more casual look — there’s no wrong way to style it.

Bottom line: If you like throw-on-and-go outfits and love it when people ask, “Oh my god, where did you get that?” then you need this sweater. Grab it for less than $42 right now on Amazon!

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