As the colder months creep in, much-needed knits come out to play. Merino, chunky, or embellished, with a little tender love and care, your knitwear can last a lifetime. Our buying guide will fill you in on the go-to styles to choose from and how to care for them.


Knitwear Fabric Styles
Knitwear Fabric

For Her

Embellished

Add a bit of glitz and glam with intricate detailing.

Statement

Be centre of attention in a picture-perfect pullover.

Everyday

Durable styles for you to wear, day in, day out.

For Him

Merino

A lightweight yarn known for superior softness – perfect for any weather.

Lambswool

Naturally soft, smooth and elastic – ideal for when the temperature drops.

Patterned

A patterned knit will add a touch of personality to your cold-weather wardrobe.

Knitwear care
Knitwear care

Merino

Machine washing

Did you know many of our merino knits are now machine washable? Always check the label on individual items, then follow these tips for a successful machine wash.

  • Use a gentle cycle.
  • Choose the right temperature – usually 30 degrees.
  • Choose a mild detergent– one with a neutral pH.
  • Lie knit flat to dry.
 
Washing by hand

Some merino knits are hand wash only. If you’re hand-washing, follow these simple rules.

  • Use warm water and a mild detergent.
  • Soak knit for five minutes then rinse in warm water.
  • Squeeze out excess water (never wring dry!)
  • Wrap knit in a towel, then unwrap and lie flat to dry.


Lambswool

Machine washing

Like our merino knits, we have many lambswool styles that are now machine washable.

  • Use a gentle cycle.
  • Choose the right temperature – usually 30 degrees.
  • Choose a mild detergent– one with a neutral pH.
  • Lie knit flat to dry.
 
Washing by hand

Some lambswool knits are hand wash only. If you are hand-washing, follow these simple rules.

  • Use cool water and a liquid detergent with a pH level below 7.
  • Swirl knit gently in the water.
  • Do not wring out or squeeze knit.
  • Remove knit and lie flat on a towel to dry.
Knitwear Storage tips
Hangers

Let us give you some tips to look after your knits, ensuring they live a long life in your wardrobe!

DON’T
hang up your knitwear unless you have to.

DO
store it folded in a drawer.


DON’T
use a plastic or wire coat hanger to hang up your knits.

DO
use a padded hanger (but folded is best!)


DON’T
keep your knits too tightly packed together.

DO
keep them folded loosely – the fabric needs to breathe.