Dark, rich, but muted, the browns we choose for our knitwear are designed to be versatile and look great with a variety of bottoms and other items of clothing. They pair well with jeans, chinos and greys, as well as a white and oat. It’s a great base to use to put together an outfit with an oat/brown palette - something different to the safe navy and grey palette which a lot of people gravitate to. In this article, we show you a few different ways that we would wear our brown knitwear, starting with how to combine with bottoms. Brown knitwear with denim jeans - medium to dark washBecause our brown knitwear is dark, it goes particularly well with...
The Cashmere Silk Tennis Polo Shirt is knitted using a luxuriously soft blend of 70% cashmere and 30% silk. This composition makes the knitted fabric so soft it "melts" in your hand. Comfortable and breathable against the skin, the fabric drapes in a relaxed way on your body. See how we style this piece here.
Some people approach white with some trepidation because they might be worried it might not go well with their complexion. As such, we carefully select white shades for our knitwear that make you look great because they are in muted, darker tones. Learn more about our cream/white knitwear range and how to style it.
Given how many articles of clothing are likely to be in navy and grey, olive is a great colour to pick for knitwear as it means you can wear your knitwear all the time with other items in your wardrobe without them clashing. In our latest Style Journal article, we hope to show you the vast number of ways you can style olive knitwear, including with denim, with navy and grey, with tan, oatmeal and brown, with black and white and with pops of colour.