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Turtleneck knitwear recommendations

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I'm looking for turtleneck/rollneck knitwear. Light weight knit for summer and thicker for winter that I can wear dress casual with sport coats and blazers. My sweet spot is $100 to $300. Thank you for any recommended brands.
 
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Suitsupply. Available in merino wool or cashmere. Many colors available. Give or take $100. Not to think. Great for layering.
 

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My eyes are on the baby cashmere one from Cavour, affiliated sponsor here. In their official post, someone said the quality is on par to Loro Piana and Brunello Cucinelli.
 

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I buy my cashmere sweaters from Gobi on sale and Altea Milano. It’s unbelievably soft 2 years later for the price.
 

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Thanks for the replies. I'm gonna look at Suit Supply first.
 

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Luca Faloni is quite nice for mid-thickness cashmere. Should be under $300.

John Smedley is the best for fine gauge merino. Can be had for under $200 sometimes.

William Lockie lambswool is also an option on this price range and will get you a thicker knit.
 

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I'm looking for turtleneck/rollneck knitwear. Light weight knit for summer and thicker for winter that I can wear dress casual with sport coats and blazers. My sweet spot is $100 to $300. Thank you for any recommended brands.
Son of a Tailor. The fit is second to none because, like their shirts, they make them completely custom to order based on your measurements. I started ordering t-shirts from the company a few years ago and have always been impressed by the quality, fit, and commitment to ethical and sustainable practices. I believe they started making turtlenecks/rollnecks last year. I only recently ordered some and regret not having ordered them sooner.
 

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Along with the other greats answers from other posters (I’d second Cavour), I’d recommend you check out the brands Drumhor (can be had for under $300 on sites like www.italist.com), and Gran Sasso. Both make incredible knitwear and can often be found in your sweet spot. I particularly like the Gran Sasso vintage line, though i am not sure if they make turtlenecks.

Best of luck
 

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Last 5 or 6 John Smedley sweaters I purchased have developed holes after being hardly worn.
So as much as I like the styles they produce I don’t intend buying the brand again, it’s usually the sea island cotton,the old wool versions lasted forever.
 

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I'm looking for turtleneck/rollneck knitwear. Light weight knit for summer and thicker for winter that I can wear dress casual with sport coats and blazers. My sweet spot is $100 to $300. Thank you for any recommended brands.
Are you willing to spend less?





Closer to 300

GL
 

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Iolo Korea

I have a couple of their previous season merino wool turtlenecks and the recent season Supima cotton (cashmere available as well). They also have a mainstay mock neck line that fits a bit slimmer than the turtleneck does, I had to size up in that.
 

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Iolo Korea

I have a couple of their previous season merino wool turtlenecks and the recent season Supima cotton (cashmere available as well). They also have a mainstay mock neck line that fits a bit slimmer than the turtleneck does, I had to size up in that.
Nice sweaters
 

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