Originating in the west of Scotland, Argyle has been around since the 17th century, when it was used in tweed fabrics and socks. After World War I, the legendary Scottish brand Pringle used the Argyle diamond pattern for its knitwear in an inlaid fashion favored by the Duke of Windsor. Since then, Argyle has appeared in knitwear and became popular in The United Kingdom and The United States and is still considered a symbol of the British knitwear tradition today.
This sweater vest is of moderate thickness, cardigan design, slightly slim version. Five different colors of yarn were used for the whole garment, which had a very high loss. The dress front is designed of Argyle, and it is the pure color on the back, contracted and not trivial, no matter sheet is worn or built inside autumn and winter is wonderful sheet is tasted. This will become an integral part of your wardrobe.
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