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Nice knitwear

(9 Posts)
sleepdodger Thu 10-Jan-13 19:31:56

Where does it- where is your destination? I'm finding places a bit meh, just want now quality not hideously expensive, suggestions please! Thanks

sleepdodger Thu 10-Jan-13 19:32:13


GoldPlatedNineDoors Thu 10-Jan-13 19:35:33

I just go to h&m jumpers and cardigans

I.don`t have a massive clothes budget and always find something in their stores.

Good quality and wash well.

dreamingofsun Thu 10-Jan-13 19:50:18 or boden in sale or john lewis can be good for cashmere

PretzelTime Thu 10-Jan-13 19:54:50

I have bought nice things from Massimo Dutti in the past.

ToastedTeacakes Thu 10-Jan-13 20:03:31

Seconding Massimo Dutti, and also occasionally Zara, who seem a bit better quality wise than the likes of Topshop, H&M, etc.

Massimo sizing similar to Zara as same company (Inditex).

ToastedTeacakes Thu 10-Jan-13 20:05:02

Also try Esprit, Aubin&Wills (have good closing down sale on jumpers right now) and Boden aren't bad if you can stomach the colour schemes.

Gingersnap88 Thu 10-Jan-13 20:36:39

Jigsaw- lots of merino, cashmere, silk and angora mixes. Usually nice colours too!

suntodayplease Thu 10-Jan-13 20:39:24

I'd second Jigsaw, but not if you're tall. Some styles just seem a little short on me.

I also like Baukjen (non maternity arm of Isabella Oliver) for simple knits, but colours and styles are fairly limited. Alway look for a discount code.

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