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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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Styling the Sport Shirt

The Extra Fine Merino Sport Shirts are made using Zegna Baruffa’s merino, the world's finest and renowned for its temperature regulating properties. This means our sport shirt naturally cools during warmer months when worn on its own, but warms up the body during transitional or colder months. See how we style it here.

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Styling the Tennis Polo

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.

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Styling the Rower's Henley

The Extra Fine Merino Rower's Henley Shirt is inspired by the tops worn by English rowers at the turn of the 20th century. It is designed with a deeper v neck compared to traditional henleys for a more contemporary look, longer short sleeves, wider ribbed cuffs and hem, and slim fit. See more styling tips here.

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