It’s the key to looking cozy and cool.

By Tara Gonzalez
Updated Feb 21, 2020 @ 12:15 pm
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Most normal people would read an interview with Jennifer Aniston for the juicy tidbits about her love life, the reflections she has on her career, or her thoughts on what it’s like to be perfect at 50. But we aren’t normal people and while reading her interview with Interview magazine we instead chose to focus on a single sentence: “I’m wearing Rag & Bone jeans and an Elder Statesman sweater.” Jennifer Aniston, woman of the people, likes to wear jeans and sweaters. We really do love to see it.

Of course she is still Jennifer Aniston and while her go-to jeans are Rag & Bone, her sweater isn’t from a household name, but a brand known amongst the fashion set for being about as luxe as cozy can get. Elder Statesman is what it would look like if your winter wardrobe took a vacation. It’s what would happen if your favorite sweaters, beanies, and socks stumbled into a tie-dye party at the park.

An Elder Statesman knit will elevate your cozy-sweats airport look from casual to groovy. Celebrities like Rihanna and Irina Shayk know this and have been spotted wearing the brand while doing everything from taking an Uber in Soho to pushing a baby stroller. It’s the type of thing you’d also expect Rihanna to be seen in as she walks out of a restaurant with a wine glass in hand or for Shayk to be spotted in as she glows post-breakup. It’s cool but subtle. And for that exact reason it doesn’t come as a surprise that Aniston is also a fan. That understated-chill vibe is practically her brand.

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And even though there is technically less than a month of winter left, it would be premature to pack away all of your sweaters just yet. Elder Statesman will easily make you feel not-so-bad about having to continue layering since its sweat sets practically look like a summer sunset or a tequila sunrise. If anything, its ultralight ribbed knits will make waiting for warm weather less agonizing. And what other knitwear brand is experimenting with a new woven material with a name as fun as boomslang? Exactly.

So while some people might say we read too much into that one sentence from Aniston’s latest interview, we’d have to disagree. Now excuse us while we stock up on tie-dye socks.

Shop Elder Statesman knitwear below.

The Elder Statesman Summer Ribbed Cashmere Beanie

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The Elder Statesman Kisser Cashmere Beanie

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The Elder Statesman Two-Tone Marled Cashmere Scarf

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The Elder Statesman Yosemite Tie-Dye Cashmere Socks

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Shop now: $205; modaoperandi.com

The Elder Statesman Yosemite Tie-Dye Ribbed Cashmere Socks

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Shop now: $205; modaoperandi.com

The Elder Statesman Marble V-Neck Cashmere Sweater

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The Elder Statesman Super Duper Cashmere Knit Midi Skirt

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Shop now: $318 (Originally $635) ; modaoperandi.com

The Elder Statesman Ribbed Striped Cashmere Sweater

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The Elder Statesman Ribbed Striped Cashmere Flared Pants

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Shop now: $825; net-a-porter.com

The Elder Statesman Cashmere Sweater

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Shop now: $755; net-a-porter.com