Wrap Up For Winter With The Inverallan 6A Cardigan

Update your wardrobe with hand-made cableknit

Collegiate style has emigrated beyond the schoolyards of the United States and settled into a permanent position in the wardrobe of the British gent.

One of the easiest ways to wear this style is via the shawl collar cardigan (a look favoured by Steve McQueen and Daniel Craig), such as the 6A Cardigan by Inverallan.

Hand-knitted in Scotland from heavy gauge Yorkshire wool, the investment piece is classic in design and warm enough to keep away the winter chill. Wear thrown over a jeans and tshirt combo or paired with an oxford shirt for a smarter look.

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£200, Mandon

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