The humble cardigan has had a veritable glow-up in recent seasons. Hitting the runway and with regular outings on style-icons' backs, the days where a cardigan was reserved for your granddad are long gone. In fact, it's probably time to raid his cupboard for any knitwear you can steal.

From street style OG Pharrell to our more recent favorite Aminé, the cardigan's rightful place as a must-have wardrobe element for any modern rotation has been cemented.

However, nobody has backed the corner of cardigans quite like Tyler, The Creator. Whether he's creating them with his own line Golf Wang or wearing them in music videos, the musician's love of a cardigan has remained strong for over five years.

The California native remains unphased by seasons when wanting to rock his favorite items, regularly pairing shorts with puffer jackets, and has been similarly making the case for knitwear all year round. Since the winter means your favorite cardi will most likely be obscured by a bulky jacket it makes sense.

Now that the temperatures are rising, we've got our eyes set on a few new pieces that can be the statement in your outfits rather than a mere layering option.

From Needles to Dries Van Noten, from mohair to fleece, there are cardigans every which way we look and we're basking in it.

Shop some of the best cardigans for men below.

Miharayasuhiro Bleached Knit Cardigan

Bleached Knit Cardigan

Bleached Knit Cardigan

$780

Miharayasuhiro

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Khaki cardigans have historically been worn in the military and this one looks like it has literally been through the wars. Holes, exposed stitching, and faded fabric give it a used look you could only dream of finding in a vintage store.

Our Legacy Mohair Cardigan

Mohair Cardigan

Mohair Cardigan

$400

Our Legacy

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How do you make an all-black cardigan more exciting? Make it in a super fuzzy mohair fabric, obviously.

Brain Dead Devil's Cardigan

Devil's Cardigan

Devil's Cardigan

$249

Brain Dead

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We all know the feeling of having a devil on one shoulder and an angel on the other, but this Brain Dead Cardigan has a devil on either side of your chest.

Jil Sander Rib Knit Cardigan

Rib Knit Cardigan

Rib Knit Cardigan

$945

Jil Sander

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If like me you are a sucker for anything boxy fitting then this cardigan is the one for you.

Needles V-Neck Cardigan

V-Neck Cardigan

V-Neck Cardigan

$149

Needles

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Needles has become most famous for its tracksuits but the cardigan its cardigan selection never misses. This one has a distinctive jacquard pattern with subtle logo embroidery on the chest.

Missoni Intarsia Cardigan

Intarsia Cardigan

$1050

Missoni

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Nobody quite does knitwear like Missoni and this design is the brand simply flexing its craftmanship. Patchworking together various patterns and knits, it's a cardigan for those who want to make a statement.

Marni Striped Mohair-Blend Cardigan

Striped Mohair-Blend Cardigan

Striped Mohair-Blend Cardigan

$1077

Marni

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Marni's fluffy mohair designs have become legendary over the past few seasons and this is another banger from the Italian luxury house.

Carhartt WIP Dillon Cardigan

Dillon Cardigan

$145

Carhartt WIP

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A quintessential workwear brand, Carhartt's Work In Progress subline brings a fashion-forward approach to its heritage outfitting manual laborers. In this case, that manifests itself into a black cardigan with colorful stripe detailing on the body and sleeves.

Acne Studios Knit

Knit

Knit

$252

Acne Studios

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You could very well find this cardigan at the back of your grandfather's closet and that's what we love so much about it. Looking past the second-to-none quality, this piece speaks to the never-ending cycle of style.

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