Men’s High Quality Knitted Sweater
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|Place of Origin||China|
|Material||44%PC 35%WM 17%SE 3%PA 1%EA|
|Sleeve Style||Long sleeve|
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There are many varieties available to men. Each style has its place with some working better in specific environments compared to others.
The crew neck varieties are among the most common and formal styles you can own, and also one of the simplest.
The neckline is round, and has a narrow band of ribbing that adds just a touch of bulk. This is a good-looking, minimal style that pairs easily with most clothing. They don't play well with neckties, however, and can pinch the collars of some dress shirt as well.
The V-neck sweater does what the crew neck does not: leaving room for a visible necktie and, in most cases, the points of a shirt collar.
A common variant of the V-neck is the Cardigan design – notice the deep plunge at the chest. There are also common variants that do not open at the front – these usually have a shorter V plunge.
The V-neck and its variants are great sweater options to pair with a suit. It will keep you warmer than just a standard 2 piece and not look out of place. In fact a Cardigan can be worn in lieu of a jacket in casual cool weather settings.
The great thing about the V-neck along with the crew neck is their level of versatility. They can work well with formal as mentioned, but also can be worn as the most outer layer, which will give it a more casual feel.
A tall collar folded over on it makes the classic turtleneck style. Collars that do not fold over, but still raise high on the neck in this style, are referred to as mock turtlenecks.
Moving on to the less formal type of sweaters, turtlenecks add warmth and make a nice dressed-down replacement for the conventional pointed turndown collar seen on dress shirts.
A much more casual style to the turtleneck.
At its core, a roll-neck sweater is essentially a baggier version of the turtleneck
It shares the base of an elongated neck, but has a wider opening and a looser knit; this allows a baggy roll around the lower neck.
Often made with a lighter weight knit, these have a working man history but over the last 50 years have worked their way into the cities for weekend wear.
The shawl neck is a style of sweater that can possibly be moved up the list given it pairs well with a shirt and tie combo.
It is a staple for men who love sporting business casual attire.
The shawl neck is commonly seen on cardigans or half-zip sweaters, and has a wide, turned-over collar that narrows to points on the front of the chest.
Sweaters that contain openings are another classic variety that I highly recommend. Overall there are two standard openings on sweaters: the zippered and the button up versions.
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