Sweater Weather

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It’s fall, temperatures are dropping, and our 2014 Knitwear Collection is here. We knitted these sweaters in Italy from several incredible fibers including merino wool, cashmere, and yak wool. Yes, yak wool. This season, we’re introducing a range of new sweater styles, including several full-zip cardigans. Here’s a brief overview of some early favorites from this year’s collection.

The Larsen Zip Up is a medium weight half-zip pullover. This is perfect for layering over a dress shirt. The sweater features a jersey knit body and ribbed trimming constructed from a cashmere and wool blend. The Larsen Zip-Up is available in charcoal mélange and tan mélange fabrics.

A new style edition that we’re looking forward to releasing this year is our full-zip cardigan. We constructed our Tan Baird Cashmere Blend Cardigan from a blend of merino wool and cashmere. This sweater has an incredibly soft feel, and the cabled front makes this a great option for business casual occasions throughout the fall and winter. Another full-zip cardigan option is the the Navy Hodge Zip-Up Cardigan. It’s a medium-weight sweater with ribbed construction, leather zipper pull and two front pockets. We crafted this sweater from 100% extra fine merino wool. It’s perfect for getting outside.

If you prefer stripes, we have two for you. The Waters Crewneck is a tonal grey striped crewneck sweater that is medium-weight and knitted from a blend of silk, yak and merino wool fibers. This is a perfect sweater for the weekend. For a slightly dressier sweater, we crafted the Warren Polo Sweater. This cashmere and wool blend, 5-button polo sweater is a great layer for business casual meetings, a round of golf, or a relaxing weekend. The Warren Polo Sweater is available in navy with grey and cream stripes, and light grey with grey and light blue stripes.

Be on the lookout for the release of additional sweaters knitted from heavier fibers later this season. In the meantime, shop the first of our seasonal sweaters now.

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