Shawl cardigan custom
For the less common colors, we have photos of our knit caps. We had these knit caps made because they give a better impression of what each color looks like as a finished garment than a swatch can.
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The casual yet rakish shawl collar sets this cardigan apart from others in your closet.
The wool features flecks of complementary colors spun into the yarn, similar to our Donegal sweaters. The flecks are subtle at a distance, but reveal themselves up close. The yarn is then knitted on antique looms that can only be operated by a handful of skilled artisans.
Heavy weight, suitable as an outer layer, yet comfortable for lounging at home. The ability to unbutton makes it more adaptable to different temperatures, such as when going from outdoors to indoors.
Patch pockets add to its utility. Wear it as a more refined alternative to a hoodie.
Ribbed cuff and hem. Horn buttons.
The fit of all our sweaters is slim, similar to H&M and Zara, much slimmer than Polo Custom Fit, Brooks Brothers Slim Fit, Banana Republic, J. Crew and nearly all other US retail brands. No vanity sizing, so select one size larger than what you usually wear in most American brands.
The loose, stretchy knit of the shawl cardigan makes the fit very forgiving. You can also order a custom shawl cardigan with custom measurements.
The sizes do not correspond exactly with our shirts and suits; their rough equivalents are listed below. Measurements are in inches.
Garment weight is the weight of the entire cardigan, to give you an idea of how heavy it is. In short, it's heavy.
|Shawl cardigan size||S||M||L||XL||XXL||3XL|
|Garment weight (oz)||31||34||38||39||41||43|
As with all wool and cashmere sweaters, machine wash cold on the gentle cycle. Do not dry on a hanger as this will stretch out the shoulders; lay it flat on a towel. After the first wash the garment will shrink about half inch in every dimension, but will not shrink more after that.
Heated drying will cause excessive shrinkage. Avoid dry cleaning, as the chemicals are harsh on natural fibers. It's best to wash your sweaters yourself, but any good cleaner, given these instructions, will suffice.