Yesterday saw the return of one of our favourite brands, just in time for the unpredictable Spring weather. Inverallan have been making premium knitwear for the fishermen of Scotland for generations, and are one of the last few remaining ‘cottage’ knitters in Britain, meaning each item is hand-knitted by one person – usually in their own home – rather than by machine or on a hand loom. This traditional method of hand-crafted production, sustained by generations of expertise, allows for incredibly complex stitch patterns, and a tighter, thicker knit, for truly unbeatable durability, warmth and weather-resistance.
This season we have taken stock of a number of our favourite Inverallan styles, in a wide range of colours. The ever-popular shawl collar and ‘lumber’ cardigans return, with their characteristic heavy cable patterns accented by a range of classic colours, as well as some new shades. Extremely versatile, these cardigans are great for layering in transitional weather, and are even tough enough to simply be worn as a jacket. We’ve also received a re-stock of the brilliant cable-knit hats and scarves, each in four complementary colour options. Perfect for those chilly mornings and drizzly days out, these are sure to serve you well for many years to come. Finally, we’ve managed to secure a limited number of Inverallan’s highly sought-after cable crew neck jumpers. With their incredibly thick knit construction, these are possibly the heaviest pullovers we’ve ever come across, and are pretty much guaranteed to last a lifetime, if not longer.
The beauty is in the detail when it comes to knitwear of this quality. For a look at the full range, head over to the Iverallan section now.