While many sweaters can work well when layering, the V-neck reigns supreme in this area. Its neckline shows off the tie and the collar of the dress shirt worn underneath it, and the fabric tends to be thin and smooth enough to be worn under a sport coat or even suit jacket.
The Crew neck is a versatile piece, a layering piece and an everyday piece. Whilst a V neck may see wear on a number of occasions, the Crew neck will be constantly in and out of your wardrobe as a go to for comfort, warmth and layering.
A 1970s style staple and now a hero piece of the modern man’s wardrobe, a roll neck can be a powerful tool… if you know how to use it.
A cardigan is a great fashion item to own due to its versatility and ability to suit a wide variety of looks. Whether you’re going for an elegant and formal outfit, a cool and casual style or even something office-appropriate, a cardigan can make an excellent option.
The polo shirt is perhaps the perfect smart-casual piece. Its clean lines and the addition of a collar give off a smart, refined feel yet the softer material and cut ensure it never comes across as stuffy.
A smart casual look that's perfect for weekends, the half zip sweater can go with anything.
The benefit of Merino wool is that it creates a natural layer of insulation that keeps the heat out. This ensures that you stay cool during warm weather. It’s your all year round staple.
Merino wool is one of the most breathable fibres. The fibres can absorb large amounts of moisture vapor and then discharge it to evaporate into the air. Yes, it performs magic.
Merino wool is antibacterial. Merino wool even absorbs odour molecules from sweat, which are only released during washing. That’s clever!
The combination of yarn and gauge creates a smooth, soft handle, resulting in more flexible fibres which bend more than traditional, coarser wool fibres.
The natural elasticity of merino wool helps garments to stretch and return to their original shape. Merino wool is naturally long and makes for a stronger fibre. It’s the knitwear equivalent of the gym goer.
Technologies may have changed, but our standards haven’t. The quality and finish of our garments are underscored by a number of details that bear testament to the craftsmanship and expertise that go into making them.
Merino wool is colour-fast, which means it's resistant to fading or running. No more blaming your other half.
Due to the antibacterial properties of merino wool, your garment will go a long time without washing. Often airing your garment out overnight is enough to keep it fresh. However, we do recommend machine washing every now and then.