Updated: Jan 15
Anyone who has dressed for winter season before knows that even having reliable jackets and inner wear or outerwear, won't always be enough to keep you warm during the coldest months. As a result, no winter collection is finale unless it includes at least one cozy sweater that will keep you warm. We asked thirty discerning men to tell us about their favorite sweaters, the pieces they wear every other season because they last but never go out of style.
Despite the fact that we requested them to offer sweaters of all types, the bulk of their selections are crewnecks, which are undoubtedly the most adaptable type of sweater because they go well with both T-shirts and button-down shirts. But there were also exceptional turtlenecks, cardigans, zip-ups and V-necks that were available at a range of pricing points. Notwithstanding, When you consider how many years of wear they can provide, the more expensive sweaters we heard about were frequently considered as sound investments. Read on for a list of all the sweaters that our stylish dudes prefer, along with a few Steven Wick-recommended alternatives for good measure.
Séfr's pink Alain sweater features a chunky cable knit and deep-ribbed edges, with baby alpaca hair and a touch of warm wool lending it a supremely soft handle. Fabric composition: 68% baby alpaca, 22% nylon, 10% wool. Other features include: mid-weight cable-knit baby alpaca blend and ribbed edges.
Bonsai offers functional wearability for the minimalist's wardrobe. Designed in Italy, Bonsai offers contemporary tailored separates for men, including trousers, short-sleeve button-downs, and expertly-crafted knitwear. Bonsai sweater mohair-wool blend, knitted construction, interwoven design, round neckline, long sleeves, both ribbed cuffs and hem. Fabric composition: Acrylic 36%, Mohair 30%, Polyamide 30%, Wool 4%.
Modern graphic prints and architectural silhouettes form the visual vocabulary of the celebrated Italian label, Marni. The brand’s quirky and eclectic aesthetic both embodies twenty-first century fashion and rejects established codes. Marni pieced knit sweater with multiple patterns. Other features include: crew neckline, relaxed fit, long sleeves and
Loewe’s Bird sweater is intarsia-knit from a wool blend and finished with a large graphic at the chest. Features include: round neck, long sleeves with pullover style. Fabric composition: 29% wool/24% mohair/20% polyamide/ 14% cotton acrylic/ 12% alpaca/1% elastane.
Riccardo Tisci gives an industrial slant to Burberry’s grey sweater, which is made from a soft blend of cashmere and wool with silver hardware. Composition: 60% cashmere, 40% wool. Other features are: mid-weight cashmere blend and silver hardware.
The Emporio Armani sweaters made of soft virgin wool and mohair, in a comfortable fit, designed to define looks with an effortless attitude and relaxed spirit. To be paired with the collection’s trousers and T-shirts. The essential lines are embellished with a rich intarsia knit in five colours and ribbed trim.
Wes Lang Reaper crewneck sweater skull-patterned jumper from AMIRI featuring black/white, alpaca wool-blend, skull embroidery to the front, logo patch to the rear, crew neck, long sleeves and ribbed hem.
Ahluwalia Green Ongoye Jacquard Mohair cardigan features the following: Pine green, red and beige multi color print, all-over abstract pattern, designed from mohair yarn, V-neckline, long sleeves, front button fastenings, straight hem and relaxed fit.