I am so drawn to vintage Pringle of Scotland and when I saw this button knit top all I could just stand there and grin. I love this old iconic brand that was founded in 1815 at the birthplace of the Scottish knitwear industry. This brand is an ultra luxurious company that started knitting cashmere back in the 1870′s, so they have it down. When you see this label at an estate sale, yard sale or thrift store GRAB it and run. So as I walked around the thrift store with the Pringle of Scotland top in my right arm, I said “thrifter you need luxurious slacks to crank this ensemble up” and low and behold look what I stumbled upon, Krizia made in Italy black stretch slacks… Cha-Ching. Mariuccia Mandelli, the founder and creative director of Krizia, won the Fashion Critic’s Award in 1964 at the time of her 1st runway show. The label, Krizia, a name borrowed from Plato’s dialogue on feminine vanity, always includes an animal as a lucky charm in each of their collections. Her fashion is also influenced by contemporary art, a search for new materials, as well as her signature fabric pleating. This vintage Pringle of Scotland top with these black stretch Krizia slacks just won The Thrifters 2011 Award for Chic-ness! Stop byDoubletake my social media driven boutique in Atlanta and please friend me on Facebook and follow me on Twitter too…….toodles for now. Be STYLISH go green. Daniel your luxury curator!