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Knit Up! Mark Anthony writes on how to look good and keep warm on the chilliest Autumn/Winter days It doesn’t matter whether your knitwear has been donated by a Kashmiri goat, an Australian Merino sheep, or if it has come from the cottonplains in the United States - knitwear has become a huge part of every man’s clothing collection. And I’m not just talking about utility, but style too. Over the past couple of decades, there have been so many advances in the quality of yarn, milling technology, and even printing techniques, that knitwear has become much more flexible in the contemporary man’s wardrobe. However, that does not mean that all knits are born equal. There will always be some that will have you looking like a James Bond villain (and not in a good way) - an ignominy that no stylish gent should have to go through. It essentially comes down to the fit. Stay away from all kinds of knitwear that fits a little too tightly - it’s very uneasy to see. You want the knit looking on point, instead of clapped out. It’s colder than a witch’s tit out there, so what you need is a tightly-ribbed jumper to keep that chill out. The list is endless. . . 18 EILE Magazine

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