Cardigans

A cardigan is a knitted sweater featuring a button or zippered front, a style that enjoys a storied history. Traditionally made from wool or cotton, these classic cardigan sweaters for women and men can be worn at home or work with comfort. Our custom cardigans are sure to impress, and are the perfect fit for promoting your brand name or logo, from open cardigans to v-necks to full-zip designs.

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Custom Cardigans Open Up Your Brand Campaigns

For work or leisure, cardigan sweaters make an ideal fit for nearly any occasion. Typically worn in cooler weather, cardigans are versatile enough to pair with jeans, khakis, or to replace a sports jacket. You can even add a knit tie to the ensemble for a little extra panache.

The personalized cardigans available here at Positive Promotions suit the business wearer as well as more casual occasions. We carry cardigan sweaters for women and men, designed by some of the top names in the industry and able to be customized with your company logo or brand.

Traditionally a knitted sweater with buttons or zippers in the front, the cardigan was named for British Army officer James Thomas Brudenell, the 7th Earl of Cardigan, who infamously led the Charge of the Light Brigade in 1854 and was prone to wearing knitted wool waistcoats. Over the years, the cardigan sweater evolved from working-class and sailor attire to women's sportswear for golf and tennis to the fashionable outfits seen today, helped made popular by Coco Chanel, Princess Diana, and Mr. Rogers.