Favorite splurge item of Clinton Kelly of TLC's What Not to Wear: Cashmere sweaters. Not only do they look and feel great, but they allow you to use the line, "Touch my chest, you fox, and tell me it isn't heaven. I dare you."
Double-Breasted Blazer Sweater, Orvis.com
Not your ordinary cardigan. Shaker stitching gives this double-breasted sweater a distinctive texture and character. Buttons are distressed for a well-worn effect. Ribbed collar, sleeve cuffs, and hem. Throat latch for colder weather. Two front pockets. In navy. Pure cotton. Washable. Imported.
Classic Irish Crewneck, Orvis.com
This is the one. The Irish crewneck sweater he's always wanted. Impeccably knitted from merino wool in a traditional Aran pattern-named after the Aran Islands, a group of three small islands off Ireland's west coast-it boasts the time-honored cable and honeycomb stitching on the front and back. Rib-knit trim at the neck, sleeves, and hem. A double-thick neckline ensures long wear. Irish crewneck sweater for men in pure wool. Washable.
The Captain Striped Pullover is a classic, light-weight sweater that can be worn all year long. This cotton slub sweater features contrast stripes, rib detailing at neck, cuffs and hem. Size M measures 27 1/2" long.
Closeouts. Enjoy the tasteful pleasures of superior Scottish cashmere found in this touchably soft sweater. Johnstons of Elgin uses only the finest hair of Himalayan goats and spins it into timeless apparel.