A cardigan is a sort of weaved sweater that has an open front.Commonly cardigans have catches: an article of clothing that is tied is rather viewed as a robe. A more current adaptation of the article of clothing has no catches and drapes open by design.The name “Cardigan” is an anglicized variety of the Welsh spot name Ceredigion

The term initially alluded distinctly to a weaved sleeveless vest, however extended to different sorts of piece of clothing over the long run. Plain cardigans are frequently worn over shirts and inside suit coats as a less proper variant of the petticoat or vest that controls the bowtie when the coat has been taken out.