Plain Crew Neck Sweater
Plain Crew Neck Sweater - Reviews
- Made of 100% Merino Wool
- Traditional plain crew style
- Natural, organic and sustainable fibres
- Comes with signed and stamped certificate of authenticity
Please remember, wool is a natural fibre and has a strong element of flexibility. If your garment feels slightly small at first, give it a gentle stretch which will loosen the fibres in a way that will not damage the garment or cause it to lose its shape.
Where a specific size is available for a garment: To calculate the size sweater you require simply measure across the chest of your favourite sweater in inches and double that value.
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Two More Ordered
Posted by Jon Boz on 28th Dec 2017
Yes, I did order two additional sweaters and I'm glad I did, since they are no longer available in my size. I now own 3 of these sweaters, 2 in moss and one in granite. I discovered that they definitely are not "plain," but have a neat knitting detail just before the ribbing on the hands and base of the sweater. You really do not notice it unless you look -- and it is a pleasant surprise. I'm not sure if this is a seed stitch or moss stitch, but it makes the sweater really sophisticated. Love all 3 of them.
Perfect Fit, Light but Warm
Posted by John Boz on 1st Dec 2017
My first order with Aran is a smile maker. I ordered 3 sweaters for myself and love all 3 of them, but this one (peat color) is my favorite since it's light enough to be worn indoors, yet warm when worn outdoors under a down jacket. I'm wear a US 39-long and this sweater fits my shoulders perfectly and has a great drape on my 6ft 1 in, 164 lb frame. I'm looking into ordering several more sweaters since I've learned that good things are not available forever. Thanks, Aran!