Whether you’re searching for luxury cashmere or cosy woollen knitwear, our fantastic range of fashionable knitwear is bound to have the answer to all your wardrobe needs. With styles to suit any event, season or person, you’ll find everything from lightweight knit cardigans and sweat tops, right up to cable knit jumpers and shrugs. Plus, as everything in store has been sourced from leading designers or top high street brands, you’re guaranteed a high quality product to suit you. Shop the knitwear trend today!
Pulling the wool over your eyes! What your knitwear is REALLY made out of…
We all know that knitwear is made from wool but, with so many different kinds of wool out there, that doesn’t really help to narrow it down. Lighter wools make some knitwear more suitable for summer, other chunkier knitwear pieces are perfect for cosy winter weather. There is knitwear for day to day wear and special occasions, knitwear that can withstand a bit of rough and tumble and knitwear so beautifully delicate that you can’t help but stare – it literally all depends on the wool. Time to check out our handy wooly knitwear guide…
Luxury knitwear: cashmere wool
Cashmere knitwear is famed for being ultra-soft, ultra-wearable and ultra-luxurious. Made from the fleece of a cashmere goat, the fibres used in this luxury knitwear come from specific areas of the fleece of a cashmere goat – making it very expensive. From warm cardigans and bohemian scarves, right up to cashmere suits, this wool can be used in a knitwear to suit anyone – and, with such a wealth of timeless elegance behind it, you’ll immediately feel better for wearing it!
Super soft knitwear: angora wool
Angora wool knitwear is made from the wool of the (you guessed it!) Angora rabbit and is, usually, very striking and excessively warm. It’s best to buy your angora knitwear blended with nylon, however, to help prevent the side effects of excessive felting.
Highly sought-after knitwear: merino wool
Merino wool knitwear is wonderfully soft and highly sought-after, thanks to its many amazing properties. Flame retardant, odour resistant, naturally elastic, stain resistant and water resistant, this knitwear is elegant, stylish and oh-so-wearable.
Everyday knitwear: sheep’s wool
The majority of everyday knitwear will be made from sheep’s wool; inexpensive, durable and warm, it’s perfect for chunky winter knitwear and woolen accessories.
Hypoallergenic knitwear: alpaca wool
Made from the wool of Peruvian alpacas, alpaca wool is lustrous, silky and wonderfully woft – making it an ultra-luxurious knitwear. Add this to the hypoallergenic factor and you have a total must-have wool product.