Spotlight On Knitwear | For Him

Cooler temperatures, cosier knits

Hang loose this autumn/winter with slouchy cardigans and knitted roll necks in unashamedly retro shades.


French Connection

Tommy Hilfiger

Chunky knitwear
Knitwear is big
, baggy and bold for him this season, with oversized styles leading the way. Take a leaf out of Dolce & Gabbana’s book and opt for a floor-skimming scarf, slung loose around your neck, or channel Off-White with a long-line cardigan 


Cable knits and slouchy shapes are key AW20 knitwear staples; so seek out roomy styles in chunky wools and cashmere (the bigger, the better). A loose-fit cardigan from Crew Clothing or French Connection is exactly the look you’re aiming for, while a chunky scarf from Moss Bros or Guess will earn you extra kudos 


Tommy Hilfiger

Crew Clothing

Prints & patterns
Men’s knitwear is embracing a brighter side in AW20, with bold patterns and retro prints coming through in a kaleidoscope of dark and bright shades. Argyle is back in a big way, so keep an eye out for cardigans or jumpers that bear this classic diamond check, sticking with either natural hues or contrasting colours for 70s authenticity.  


For a look that really throws it back, pair heavy knits from the likes of Reiss and Gant with a corduroy or checked tailored trouser from Ted Baker, or opt for a more subtle 70s influence with a flared jean from Carhartt in relaxed washed denim. 


Moss Bros

Suit Direct


The roll neck
If you only invest in one new knitwear staple this winter, make it a roll neck. Versatile and great for layering, a roll neck is the perfect transitional piece to have in your style arsenal. Opt for classic black or grey from Ted Baker or welcome a little warmth into your wardrobe with retro tones of camel and biscuit from Suit Direct.  


Pair with dark denim and layer under a check shirt for a weekend look that taps into the American Western trend, or swap your shirt for a smart roll neck in luxe cashmere from the likes of Gant, for a workwear look that radiates style.  


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