Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Supersoft Merino Wool Button Neck Cardigan from Blarney Woollen Mills, Made in Ireland

Made in Ireland

This cardigan from Ireland's Blarney Woollen Mills is a shorter and more closely fitting garment, making it somewhat more versatile in terms of levels of dressiness.
It is also thick, and, made from extraordinarily soft Merino wool, "Supersoft" is not an over-statement. Shown here in Green, with beige marl woven in, it also comes in Natural.

Blarney Woollen Mills offers free shipping to the US.

The cardigan is nicely finished on the sleeves, hem and neck.

An All-Over Cable Stitch Design

Sizing up to an XL made for a very comfortable fit while still without any extra bulk.

Cardigan Sent by Blarney Woollen Mills

9 comments:

  1. Aran knits have evolved nicely; they're a great marriage of artistic form with function. In school (about 1,000 years ago), a crew collar oatmeal-colored Aran knit sweater, pullover or button down, was de rigueur Fall semester apparel.

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  2. Beautiful. Makes me think of soft days and peat bogs.

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  3. Agree that this is a dressier sweater. Beautiful.

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  4. I want everything in all the photos: that vision of Ireland, marled and green; that bit of Britain in tattersall; those lean clean American khakis, luxe leather bag and shoes. Perfection. Thank you for a glimpse of beauty today!

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  5. What a gorgeous sweater! The color is just amazing and the style and fit quite flattering. It's lovely with the khakis and shirt, but I could also see it with a wool skirt and silk blouse.

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  6. What a lovely asymmetrical take on a traditional knit. It adds dressiness to the ordinary making this sweater a suitable pick for special occasions while remaining tailored, and the color is gorgeous. But then again, Muffy, you wear everything well!

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  7. Very attractive with the tattersall shirt!

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  8. The one I ordered for my wife just arrived. She absolutely loved it! Thanks for the original post and pictures!
    Bob
    Williamsville/Newfane, Vermont

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  9. Getting closer to sweater weather, b'gosh.

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