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Fashion Snapshot

Knit and easy

Slim men’s sweaters telegraph a cool vibe.

By Tina Sutton
January 17, 2010

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Men’s sweaters have come a long way from Mister Rogers’ neighborhood. “They now have a retro feeling, but with a rock and roll twist,’’ says Dana Dynamite, vice president of entertainment marketing at Ben Sherman. As a stylist for indie bands and for celebs like Jack Black and Perez HIlton, Dynamite likes layering form-fitting knits over buttoned-up shirts, with or without a tie. And for the office or a club, she says it’s cooler to wear a collared cardigan than a jacket. Want more fashion tips? Just let store stylists pull the wool over your eyes.

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