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Garbstore Knitwear

December 1, 2015

Now that it’s starting to get properly cold outside, investing in quality knitwear makes perfect sense. Firstly because it’s not getting warmer anytime soon and secondly, because jumpers are like jackets – you can’t have too many of them. So for your perusal today is the latest range from West London’s Garbstore.

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Made on these shores from high-grade cotton or soft Lambswool, there are two styles available – the crew neck ‘Boston’ and the stand neck ‘Seafarer’.  Starting with the Boston, it’s a raglan sleeve jumper, made from mid-weight cotton, using a racking-stitch technique – which in turn creates the textured finish. The neck and hem are both roll over, whist the sleeve cuffs are ribbed. The piece is slightly oversized, making it perfect for layering over the top of shirts and available in either navy blue or olive green.

The Seafarer is made from Lambswool and uses a honeycomb-knit on the front body and sleeves, with a contrasting birds eye knit on the reverse. The stitch is made from two different coloured yarns – cream and either blue or olive green, the solid of which features on the collar (blue or olive green), cuffs and hem (cream). It’s a great looking stitch and the different knit on the back makes for a really interesting piece of knitwear. Lovely stuff and just what you need for Winter.

For more information on the brand, or to buy online, go to the website here: Garbstore.

 

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