A Warm Jumper

A warm jumper: the best handmade jumpers for a hygge winter!

To experience a hygge winter to the fullest, you need to be dressed in the most comfortable clothes you have: loose trousers, long jumpers, wool socks, soft clothing, dressing gowns and t-shirts.

You don’t usually wear fancy clothes to experience Hygge because this philosophy of ‘happiness’ is humble and slow: it’s simplicity. What are the warmest and softest jumpers for a hygge winter? Let’s find out together!

Aran Islands jumpers

It is a style of sweater, also known as a fisherman’s sweater, which originated in the Aran Islands in Connemara. These sweaters were traditionally knit in the natural colour of sheep’s wool, an off-white or cream colour.

Loro Piana jumpers

Starting from the finest yarns of cashmere, merino wool, cotton and linen, Loro Piana produces luxurious and hygge products for national and international markets.

Traditional Norwegian jumpers

Mariusgenser is a jumper with a special design that has become the symbol of Norway. It is a variation of the “setesdal”, in which the colours of the Norwegian flag – red, white and blue – are used instead of the dotted weave (“lus”) on a white or black background.

The jumper made by you

A jumper knitted and made by you is priceless! Definitely the most hygge model there is! Taking the time to create something from nothing is an enriching and rewarding experience… in this case making a jumper with your own hands allows you to wear something unique that reflects your personality in a way that no one else can.

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