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post #46 of 171
How thick would you say are the Neighbour house knits? Considering picking up the Forest Shetland and/or the Blue Cashmere (both excellent color choices, by the way).
post #47 of 171
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Originally Posted by Blackmaged View Post

How thick would you say are the Neighbour house knits? Considering picking up the Forest Shetland and/or the Blue Cashmere (both excellent color choices, by the way).


They are a middleweight. I am not sure if that helps but it is not thin like a merino wool sweater but not too too thick like a heavy lambswool. The Shetland version is slightly coarse in touch but really warm because of the dense knit. I am not sure if you are familiar with Margaret Howell's sweaters but these are made in the same factory so if you have seen those in person this Shetland one is quite similar.

 

The blue cashmere one is very soft (70% merino wool and 30% cashmere). Similar thickness as the Shetland but a different texture.

 

Thanks in regards to the colour choice comment. We like to call the blue a Cookie Monster Blue. I'm not sure if that is a turnoff though!

 

-Saager

 

 

 

 

post #48 of 171
This is awesome to hear. Never handled a MH knit myself but I've read only great things about her knits.
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They are a middleweight. I am not sure if that helps but it is not thin like a merino wool sweater but not too too thick like a heavy lambswool. The Shetland version is slightly coarse in touch but really warm because of the dense knit. I am not sure if you are familiar with Margaret Howell's sweaters but these are made in the same factory so if you have seen those in person this Shetland one is quite similar.

The blue cashmere one is very soft (70% merino wool and 30% cashmere). Similar thickness as the Shetland but a different texture.

Thanks in regards to the colour choice comment. We like to call the blue a Cookie Monster Blue. I'm not sure if that is a turnoff though!

-Saager



post #49 of 171
Just received an order from Saager and couldn't be happier. Shipped extremely quick, came with a hand written note and well wrapped.

As a plus the jeans are fantastic too. Can't wait to order from you guys again.
post #50 of 171
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Originally Posted by Gagno905 View Post

Just received an order from Saager and couldn't be happier. Shipped extremely quick, came with a hand written note and well wrapped.
As a plus the jeans are fantastic too. Can't wait to order from you guys again.


Thanks! Glad you like them.

 

-Saager

 

post #51 of 171
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Hi SF,

 

Our Last Chance Sale begins today. With Spring Collections now on the way we decided mark down our remaining Fall/Winter stock further. So if you were waiting for that special piece and your size is still available, now is your chance. Enjoy up to 50% off but act quick as most styles only have one or two pieces left. The sale applies in-store and online and begins today. Click here to view the full selection.

 

-Saager

 

 

post #52 of 171
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We just received some new stock and are pretty excited that Spring is on its way. 

 

We have two new sock options from Two Feet Ahead and a Irish handcrafted producer making Fair Isle socks.

 

We have received a full restock on Uniform Wares wristwatches in several different styles.

 

Finally we have received our Norse Projects Spring order. Elka jackets, aros shorts, vorm sweatshirts and niels boucle tees are available in a few different colours.

 

As usual if you have any questions feel free to put them in this thread or email me at info@shopneighbour.com

 

-Saager

 

 

 

post #53 of 171
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New Arrivals from Patrik Ervell, Our Legacy, Baron Wells, Sidian, Ersatz & Vanes and Phingerin

 

Also we have begun a new weekly feature profiling a look or two we have put together using items from our product selection. View our first and second feature and let us know what you think!

 

-Saager

post #54 of 171
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Hey SF,

 

A couple of new updates:

 

We just received our Spring/Summer stock from Dana Lee. We are really pleased with the colours, fabrics and fit of the collection pieces. Everything is made in Canada and the United States and Dana has done a really great job in designing some casual and timeless pieces.

 

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We also received our second delivery from Patrik Ervell. A standard buttondown, a short sleeve button collar shirt, and three standout outerwear pieces came in our delivery.

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Frank Leder is new to us this season and the pieces live up to the hype. Really well constructed, excellent fabric choices and thoughtful detailing are apparent in each piece.

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We've been keeping consistent with our Neighbour Features segment. You can check out the third, fourth, fifth and sixth edition as well as the previous ones by clicking here

 

Also as usual use the Style Forum exclusive promotion code SFNEIGHBOUR when checking out to receive 10% off your order. We also give free shipping on all Canadian and USA orders over $150 and free shipping on Rest of the World orders over $500.

 

-Saager

post #55 of 171
Hey Saager,

Is this
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In a jersey, and what is the weight? The description says "corduroy, which confuses me. How do you even make a corduroy cardigan?
post #56 of 171
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Hi,

 

Frank described this as a "deadstock material, a sort of corduroy." It is interesting in the sense that there is no stretch like cotton jersey cardigan. The fabric is knit in opposite directions to keep it taught and gives a corduroy type look and feel, though the wale is not very thick and the indent is not what you would see on most items made from corduroy. I hope that makes sense. You can see a close-up of the fabric in the image below.

 

-Saager

 

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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post

Hey Saager,
Is this
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In a jersey, and what is the weight? The description says "corduroy, which confuses me. How do you even make a corduroy cardigan?


 

post #57 of 171
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Sorry forgot to say it is on the lighter side in terms of weight. Here is an image of it being worn.

 

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Originally Posted by Neighbour View Post

Hi,

 

Frank described this as a "deadstock material, a sort of corduroy." It is interesting in the sense that there is no stretch like cotton jersey cardigan. The fabric is knit in opposite directions to keep it taught and gives a corduroy type look and feel, though the wale is not very thick and the indent is not what you would see on most items made from corduroy. I hope that makes sense. You can see a close-up of the fabric in the image below.

 

-Saager

 

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post #58 of 171
I have that cardigan. The color and shape are terrific and I really like the fabric. It's not a curduroy, so don't be scared by that. It's just a little different from the stretchy, delicate knits in most cardigans. Saager is great to deal with too.
post #59 of 171
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Thanks! I am not sure of the best way to describe the fabric since it is a bit unique but yes i think you put it best in that it is not stretchy and delicate like most knit cardigans.
 

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Originally Posted by Caveat View Post

I have that cardigan. The color and shape are terrific and I really like the fabric. It's not a curduroy, so don't be scared by that. It's just a little different from the stretchy, delicate knits in most cardigans. Saager is great to deal with too.


 

post #60 of 171
Are you going to restock Outlier stuff anytime soon?
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