Style Journal | Fisherman's Cable Sweater


With this fisherman's cable sweater, we have strived to achieve a balance between ruggedness and refinement.
Luxuriously thick and soft, and knitted close to the body, it is the perfect piece to throw on at home on those chilly evenings, or as an accompaniment to a wide variety of outfits.

- Fisherman's Cable Rollneck in Olive -

The olive colour is a muted one, pairing well with dark and light bottoms alike:

Outfit 1.
White painter's chore coat in a heavy cotton.
 The texture of the twill to complement the rugged texture of the cable sweater.
It also provides a nice contrast against the dark raw denim.
Outfit 2.
Swapping the white painter's chore for a black denim trucker.
The matt black colour also works well with the darker olive on the fisherman's cable sweater.
Finished with slim cream jeans and black chelsea boots. 

- Fisherman's Cable Rollneck in Ecru -

Outfit 1.
The ecru is a darker white - with a hint of oat, making this an easier piece to pair with autumn winter outerwear.
The melton wool pea coat has a woollen texture that sits well beside the thick cables.
Battered vintage jeans with a lighter wash goes well with the light oat colour of the knitwear, and contrasts the more formal pea coat on top.
Outfit 2. 
The ecru cable also looks great with a pair of dark grey flannels and green corduroy jacket for a more dressed up look.
A casual substitute for a shirt, the rollneck is a handy piece to have when you want to wear tailoring, but don't want to look too formal.
There is the added benefit of the chunky 6-ply rollneck being eminently warmer than a shirt, of course:

- Fisherman's cable rollneck in navy - 

The dark navy version of our fisherman's cable rollneck works particularly well with greys, black and other dark navies.
For this outfit, we have the rollneck under a black double rider, worn with a pair of pleated grey check trousers to balance out the ruggedness on top.
The creased black leather complements the texture of the pronounced cables on the rollneck.

 

 

Wear a double-breasted pea coat or polo coat in navy over the top of all the layers, for those blistering cold evening walks:

 

- Fisherman's Cable Rollneck in Tobacco Brown -

The mid-brown shade of this cable rollneck allows you to mix and match with any beige brown items in your wardrobe.
Wear it with white jeans and a brown horse hide leather jacket, or swap the leather jacket out for a brown check sport coat:

 

The slightly shorter length of the body of the sweater makes it perfect for higher rise trousers.
Some other examples of how the tobacco brown rollneck works with different shades of brown:

- Fisherman's Cable Crew in Navy -

A beautiful crew neck version of the fisherman's cable knit.
Just as versatile as the rollneck version, except you can also wear a shirt on the inside.
For this outfit, we have paired the cable crew with a black and white houndstooth flannel jacket.
The cable crew neck is a thick garment, but it still fits comfortably under a sport coat, and we find the woolly texture on the cable knit matches well with other woollens on outerwear such as tweed, flannels and melton, to name a few.