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Oatmeal and Espresso: Styling Beige and Brown

We’re delighted to introduce two beautiful new colours to our 2-ply 100% cashmere made in Scotland crew neck range this season. The first is a light, creamy oatmeal, and the second, a very dark, espresso brown. The way we have arrived at these two colours, was no accident. Read on to find out more about why we decided to introduce these two colours, in these particular shades out of dozens, and why we are confident that they will work as the perfect accompaniment to a wide range of existing items in your wardrobe. 

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Combining knitwear

One of the things that we really like about our Scottish made knitwear is just how easy an accompaniment it is to other items of much loved men’s clothing such as shirts, sport coats, tailored trousers, jeans etc. What is perhaps a little surprising, is that our knitwear also looks and feels great when worn together, combinations that are perhaps less commonly seen, but we think work really well. Read on to see some looks we've put together showing how we would combine our knitwear for a doubling up of warmth and comfort, so you can maximise your enjoyment of our knitwear.

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Reimagining the Shirt Cardigan

If you haven’t heard of the shirt cardigan before, you’re not alone. After being a staple back in the 1960s it fell out of favour and we’ve not seen them again since. And that’s exactly why we decided to create this piece. Read more to get the inside scope on our design of this versatile piece of knitwear.

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Why Scottish Knitwear is the Best in the World

If you’re looking to buy a piece of knitwear that’s well-made and going to last, the first thing you need to do is find a Scottish knitwear producer. Scottish knitwear is the finest in the world and can be worn for decades rather than the years (or more likely months) that high street knitwear lasts. It’s a well-known fact in the fashion industry that Scotland is the place to go for high end knitwear - but why? What is it about Scotland that makes their knitwear so special? Read on to find out.

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