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post #46 of 83
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I noticed that post in Will's blog yesterday. There is definitely a trend here.

I suspect that unless the cashmere is thin his outfit will be very warm. It looks from the photo as if he has it tucked in his trousers which is not a look I would go for.
post #47 of 83
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Originally Posted by culverwood View Post

I noticed that post in Will's blog yesterday. There is definitely a trend here.
I suspect that unless the cashmere is thin his outfit will be very warm. It looks from the photo as if he has it tucked in his trousers which is not a look I would go for.

 

He looks great. I agree with you though, the top looks tucked in and the pants go up forever. Suits his age though, he probably has 30 years on me.

post #48 of 83
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Another of the style bloggers on the trend
http://www.permanentstyle.co.uk/2013/01/pitti-uomo-2012.html
post #49 of 83
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Yes (Herning). Not this one, but he sells the brand. This one was from a German store: www.hrvst.de.

 

Cool site, might get a couple of knits; I already have like 3 rollnecks (2 from YMC, 1 from P.Pecora), but wanted to get a couple of more. Thought of getting some off of MR.P or farfetch, but will look into this site aswell. I especially like how Faucault had a sweetspot for them, truly a timeless classic.

 

post #50 of 83
Has anyone stumbled on a heavy cashmere roll neck? I have only seen some 1 and 2 ply ones. And doesn't the lambs woll ones scratch too much and gets annoying, or is it just a question of getting used to it?
post #51 of 83
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Has anyone stumbled on a heavy cashmere roll neck? I have only seen some 1 and 2 ply ones. And doesn't the lambs woll ones scratch too much and gets annoying, or is it just a question of getting used to it?

RLPL have a nice heavy 100% cashmere rollneck:

post #52 of 83
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RLPL have a nice heavy 100% cashmere rollneck:

Thanks MoL, that looks like just the thing I am looking for. Chunky with an interesting knit. I will look for it. If anyone else have any suggestions though, please write.
post #53 of 83
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RLPL have a nice heavy 100% cashmere rollneck:

 

I have this in a royal purple color, but can hardly ever wear it as it is too warm.

post #54 of 83
It's freezing in Denmark right now, so that won't be a problem. smile.gif Do you have a name or number to identify the sweater?
post #55 of 83
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RLPL have a nice heavy 100% cashmere rollneck:


I can't seem to find this on the RL website. Does anyone know where else to look for it, or know what it is called so I can Google it?
post #56 of 83
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Will's Fisherman's Knit is 10% cashmere 90% merino. http://store.asuitablewardrobe.net/fishermansknitSweater.aspx

I have my merino roll-neck on now and do not find it scratchy.

On this site one like the above is listed as Polo rather than PL http://www.lyst.com/clothing/polo-ralph-lauren-grey-hand-knit-cashmere-turtleneck-gray-1/
post #57 of 83
^That looks nice too. I hate to buy from outside the EU though, with customs and all.
post #58 of 83

Fwiw, I have a couple of LL Bean Signature cashmere turtlenecks, and have been very happy with them. Certainly not as spiffy as Inis Meain or RLPL, but quite nice (particularly for the price) - currently $85 on sale w/ free US shipping:

 

http://www.llbean.com/llb/shop/66584?feat=781-GN1&page=cashmere-turtleneck

post #59 of 83
Wow, that's a great price indeed. How is the fit?
post #60 of 83
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Wow, that's a great price indeed. How is the fit?

 

Pretty good - not as slim as SNS Herning, but fairly tapered. This is their Signature line, which is more contemporary.

 

Given that its LL Bean, returns and exchanges are stress-free.

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