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Suggestions for knitwear - cashmere, merino

hunthunthunt

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Each autumn I'll usually pick up a few cashmere & merino sweaters from Uniqlo - previously the colours, quality and price have been spot-on. Though a visit on the weekend presented a disappointing array of ghastly colours and awful quality.

So does anyone know where I can buy some reasonably priced sweaters?

I'm based in London, UK.

Thanks
 

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My Merino sweaters from T M Lewin have lasted well, but the only decent colours are the Navy, Black and Charcoal. They offer a red and a sky blue, but they're not amazing in terms of colour.

£30 each IIC.
 

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^ I have a TM Lewin jumper, and it feels like it would hold up fairly well but I hardly ever wear it because it is so baggy. They are definitely not slim fitting like a lot of Uniqlos knitwear.
 

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Thanks for the suggestion Re. T.M. Lewin, will check out at lunchtime.

@yodawg Yes, am a big fan of Smedly, picked up a lovely sweater from them last week. Though I'm looking for a few everyday sweaters for under or around £50.
 

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