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Sunday, November 29, 2020

The Merino and Cashmere Roll Neck Sweater for Ladies from Cordings of Piccadilly, Made in Scotland

Photos by Salt Water New England
The indispensable roll neck sweater. 

Both versions  - dressier (such as this one) and more casual and hardy - are staples of autumn and winter wardrobes.

Shown with: 

Beautifully Made and Soft

Chocolate Large Leather and Tweed Trim Bag from Cordings


7 comments:

  1. I've owned several cashmere/merino polonecks over the years and they are worth every penny, Muffy.

    Some days in winter all I needed was one layered over a T-shirt or a long sleeve thermal skivvy with jeans and no jacket required !

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  3. So very beautiful! Thank you!

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  4. That is a great color on you! Interesting that on a jumper it's called a roll neck. An American sweater of the same style would be a turtleneck, with a roll neck being something else entirely.

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    1. I've heard of cowlnecks being referred to as a turtleneck by some.

      I grew up in the 1970s with " poloneck " being the term, but these days most people I know just go with " turtleneck. "

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