Nostalgic Fair Isle Yoke Sweater
A charming and timeless staple. This pullover transitions beautifully from the slopes to the streets.
Recognizable by its geometric patterns, the Fair Isle sweater is named after one of the Shetland islands north of Scotland where it originated. The style first gained popularity when Edward VIII wore it in public in 1921 and has remained a staple with Royals and the discreetly stylish ever since.
Made in Scotland for Semifinalist, this sweater is knitted seamlessly for comfortable, superlative fit. Versatile and quietly cool, wear it with tweed and cords or over summery dress.
- 90% Merino Wool / 10% Cashmere
- Color: Moss Green with Rust/Ecru/Pine
- Size S to L
- Made in Scotland
- Size Chart
Thoughtfully made, no parade
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Semifinalist features humble everyday masterpieces. We care about provenance, construction and how we live with the objects in our lives. Our items are crafted by makers, not marketers, and put through their paces by real people. They are all semifinalists - not first per se, but enduring favorites.