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A New Approach To Everyday Sweaters
3D-knit in 1 entire piece without seams, reducing fabric waste while increasing strength. Greater mobility and comfort is why astronauts wear 3D-knits in space.
- Hidden aerated knit regulates heat.
- Improved fit for longer arms.
- Raglan sleeves for improve mobility.
- 10% lighter without seam weight.
Goodbye Cashmere And Hello Khullu
Khullu is soft like cashmere, but easy to care for unlike cashmere.
Wear all the time. Our materials don't trap odor.
Easy to care for, while rarely needing a wash.
Our materials are similar in hand-feel to cashmere.
More breathable than cashmere & lambswool.
Yak naturally weather cold -40° F winters.
Far better for the planet than synthetics.
Center Of Your Wardrobe
Timeless and versatile. Mix and match with everything in your closet.
Ideal For #Repeat Wear
Easy to wear all the time. Smell and feel fresh even after the 10th wear.
Uniquely Shapes To You
Over time and wear, your sweater will uniquely adjust to your perfect fit.
Perfect All-Season Layer
Breathable on sunny summer days and warm on cold winter nights.
Celebrate The Freeing #Repeat Movement
The idea that when we find outfits we love, we wear them over and over again isn’t a revelation. In fact, there’s a term for it called your “personal uniform”, which has been reported on by publications such as Thrive Global, Vox, Calm Clinic, and CNBC.Read Post
3D-Knit = 0 Seams
Greater mobility and comfort is why astronauts wear 3D-knits in space.
Made From Khullu
The soft down wool of high elevation Tibetan yak has super powers.
Lasts A Lifetime
Timeless go-to sweater you'll want to own for years. Backed for life.
Oliver Charles In The Wild
It keeps we warm, fits well, odorless , machine washable , easy maintain , not bulky, good colors.
Size Ordered: M | Typical Size: M | Fit: Perfect
Loved the color and the idea that it was seamless.
Size Ordered: XL | Typical Size: L | Fit: Perfect
Height: 5’7 | Weight: 169 lb
I was impressed with how well it wore after 7 days straight. There was minimal pilling, whereas my hand knits would’ve seen a lot of wear. The yarn is so fine and delicate and yet hardy! When the temps got cold it was phenomenal how such a light layer could keep me so warm! I will definitely be recommending it to my friends up in Wisconsin! I wish I’d had this sweater while living up north, because it would’ve made my life so much more comfortable! When I go for a visit it will be so nice to be able to pack one tiny sweater instead of a handful of big bulky knits!
Size Ordered: M | Typical Size: M | Fit: Ran Slightly Large
It's been such a relief not to think about what to wear. This sweater works really well with everything I own. It's a nice piece that completes my outfits and keeps me warm in San Francisco's cooler weather. It doesn't make me overly hot. I'd recommend this sweater to people who, like me, don't love the process of picking out what to wear every day. And I'd recommend it to people who value durability. I've owned cashmere sweaters for years, and they never held up with over time to washing and wear. I can tell that my Oliver Charles will last for a very long time. It's just really well made. I washed it for the first time, and it only got softer, even though I didn't experience any itching, to begin with. I feel self-conscious about my torso, so the fit was something I was nervous about. But the fit ended up being perfect. This sweater is great for people who want something easy to travel with and wear all the time. I look forward to wearing this sweater a ton going forward.
It's fabulous. I live in a really hot area, like 97-degree days, but I'm always cold at work with the AC. So I was a little skeptical if I'd like the sweater for this reason, but I was pleasantly surprised by how comfortable it was, even in the heat. It adapted really well to outdoor and indoor temperatures. I washed it once so far. It was super soft beforehand, but now it's got even softer. I never want to take it off, which is great because it'll last a lifetime. I recommend this sweater to someone looking for something comfortable, natural, and easy to take care of.
The coolest thing about the sweater so far is the lack of seams. I sew; I also knit. I've never seen anything like it.
I chose the v-neck sweater in charcoal, and I really love the darker color. It's easy and wearable right from the very beginning. It's very soft and you can wear it on your skin or easily whip layer over it. The 3D knitting is really incredible. I've never seen 3D Knitting before, and there truly are no seams on this sweater. I completed the sweater challenge in Colorado, and we had a cold snap right at the beginning of the week. Temperatures were at or below freezing, and my sweater was a really great addition to my outfits because it's light, but it's really warm too. I contribute that to the khullu wool because the yak live at a very high altitude and cold climate.
In the middle of the week, I went on a trip to Southern California, and I'm really glad that I put this in my suitcase because when we got there on the coast, it was really windy and overcast with a lot cooler nights. It was the perfect layer even though it was a very different climate. The sweater is perfect for going to the office. It's business casual, perhaps even a little bit more formal, and it's also great for just lounging in at home. Through my 10-12 hour days, it was very wearable. It doesn't get stinky, baggy, or saggy. It really retains its shape very well, and then when you need to wash it, it's super easy to launder. I just air dried it right after, and I found that it dried really quickly, so I was able to start wearing it again, or just have it in my closet pretty quickly.
For me, this really marks a turning point in my style. I think I'm starting to lean more towards, you know, long-lasting pieces that are made out of sustainable materials that, are timeless in style, and can be so versatile, like the sweater.
I'm at the end of my 1-week challenge with the Oliver Charles sweater. I think going into the challenge, my biggest frustrations were being unable to find something durable and sustainable that felt comfortable and not itchy. A lot of wool sweaters just irritate my skin and have a lot of pilling because they are bad quality. They also wouldn't smell good even after a single day of wear.
So I was really looking for something that fixed these challenges. And I'm happy to report that none of that has happened with my Oliver Charles sweater. There's a lot of wear and tear as I go about my day, but the sweater has completely stayed intact, keeps its shape and form. I haven't seen any pilling, and it smells as good as new.
I'm really happy that I'm able to wear this every day and still get that fresh out the box experience. I'm perfectly confident if I had two or three colors, I could keep rotating and I wouldn't need any other sweaters in my wardrobe. I know I'll be happy to recommend Oliver Charles to all of my friends who are looking to wear something warm, comfortable, and sustainable in their lives.
One of the first things that I noticed when I put on this sweater was its seamless design. I've never seen a sweater that didn't have seam lines. I thought that that was a really unique quality because there are no bulky areas where a seam would be. At the beginning of the week, I thought that the sweater was a little bit itchy, but after a week of wear, it's not itchy at all.
By far my favorite use for this sweater is outdoor adventures because of the high-quality materials and the overall breathability. But it also looks really good and I've felt super comfortable wearing it at work and out to dinner or lazy on the couch. This sweater could honestly be used for anything.
The first thing that resonated with me the most about Oliver Charles is their commitment to sustainability, which translates to their commitment to creating a high-quality product. Secondly, I think that the passion that the founders, Jack and Slater, have for Oliver Charles also makes me feel really inspired in a lot of different ways.
Here we are at day seven of the 1-Week Challenge. This is the company’s new and first v-neck and I’m really loving it so far. I usually wear v-neck sweaters, so I was really excited to get this one and test it out. I've loved wearing it so far. It’s been really easy to layer a collared shirt underneath and really easy to mix and match with everything else in my wardrobe, which is important for something that's going to last for a long time. It's held up really well so far.
One of the things I really enjoyed about the sweater was how long the sleeves are. And one of the things that took a little bit of getting used to but I've really learned to enjoy is how tight the sleeves are. They're not too tight, but they stay close to your arm. At first, I was a little bit worried they’d lose shape because I like to roll the sleeves up. But they didn't at all. The sleeves bounced right back. It's a really resilient fabric as well as being soft and warm.
I wore it out on our first snowfall of the year in Colorado and played in the snow with it as a base layer under my coat.
Over the past couple of days, I've been traveling, and it was really easy to wear to the airport and on the plane. It was comfortable but still looked good. Worth noting that where I traveled, it was pretty warm, like 70 degrees, and the sweater worked great even when it was warmer. I learned the sweater can span a wide range of different temperatures and still be easy to wear/comfortable, which makes packing a lot easier. If you're traveling, you really only have to back one base/mid-layer.
Overall I really enjoyed wearing the sweater. The challenge started some really interesting conversations with friends too who noticed how I wore the same sweater multiple days in a row. They were all good conversations, and the challenge got them thinking about more sustainable ways of living, specifically how sustainability applies to their wardrobe/fashion. I think that's a place where a lot of people don't necessarily think about sustainable living, so I was really excited to have those conversations.
I'm excited that Oliver Charles is a brand that cares about sustainable fashion, and I’m excited to be part of it myself.