The button-front sweater will keep you comfortable wherever you are.
Listen, guy. You need a cardigan. I'm not asking anymore. I'm telling. What's the hold-up? C'mon, clue me in. I'm not telling you to buy one because it bolsters my bottom-line (although, huh, that's a fair point). I'm telling you because I care. The cardigan is the sweater you should be spending your day cozily ensconced in right now, and I'm not backing down until I've converted the whole lot of you with my zealotry.
Think of the iconic button-front style as the Zoom-ready blazer alternative of your dreams, one you don't even have to go to the effort of pulling over your head, messing up your meticulously maintained coiffure in the process. (You are taking care to meticulously maintain your coiffure, right?) You literally throw it on, like a goddamn cape. I'm not saying the cardigan will turn you into a superhero, but I'm not not saying it either. It's sure as hell got all the gravitas necessary to anchor a family-friendly blockbuster film series, a few gritty TV spinoffs, and a popular line of synergistic product collaborations, to boot.
I guess "your friendly neighborhood cardigan-wearer" doesn't have the same ring to it, huh? Back to the drawing board. Hey, I hear Hollywood is starting to get pretty desperate for novel superhero concepts it can help turn into multibillion-dollar global franchises faster than you can say "Shareholders, assemble." Why not throw on a cardigan and give it a shot? See you in the funny pages, pal.