1. Harley of Scotland Cashmere Merino Turtleneck
A nicely constructed and good fitting turtleneck can be hard to find sometimes, and a lot of ones I've seen have a boxy cut, which can be unflattering. This one has a slightly elongated torso design, which gives it a nicer shape, and the wool/cashmere blend sounds so good.
2. Howlin’ by Morrison Babs Central Sweater
The folks at Morrison really struck gold when they started Howlin' a few years ago, with the goal to offer more playful and fun takes on sweaters. We had the pleasure of chatting with Patrick and Jan from Howlin' at MAN New York last week, and got to see some of what's on tap for their men's collection next fall. But no matter what season, their sweaters are instantly desirable, wearable, warm winter companions, and this Babs Central piece for women, which is 100% wool, is a great pick.
3. Finisterre Carne Cable Cardigan
Finisterre is based in Cornwall, the far southwestern point in England, and make clothes inspired by the culture of cold water surfing. The weather conditions in Cornwall demand functional and warm clothes, and Finisterre's Carne cardigan is knit with cable detailing and features a dropped shoulder and Woolmark accredited composition. It's a sure bet to keep you warm.
4. SNS Herning Intro Blouse
It's easy enough to appreciate them online, but once you have a chance to see and feel them in person, SNS Herning's sweaters become an infatuation. The Intro blouse is knitted in Denmark with a heavy new wool, and employs a thoughtful design that is sure to flatter a variety of figures thanks to the raised band detail at the waist.
5. Icelandic Wool Cardigan
Icelandic wool and knit goods are highly covetable for the intricacy of their patterns and designs as well as for their incredible weight and promise of warmth. If you ever visit Iceland don't be surprised if you come back with one, but if a trip is not in the near future, it's completely OK to tide yourself over with one of these.