Inverallan have been bubbling under the surface for a while now, due to their inclusion on Japanese sites like Arks. Quite frankly, I’m sure you’re bored with heritage stories by now, but rest assured that Inverallan know what they’re doing. But that’s not all we wanted to talk about. This post is about (as you may have guessed from the title) Inverallan’s made to measure service. They don’t call it that – it’s simply labelled order form on their site – but for all intensive purposes, that’s what it is.
Every Inverallan piece is made to order and takes six weeks to complete. The sweaters and cardigans cost £109 and £118 respectively (compared to £349 on Arks) and shipping ranges from £15 to £5. You’re allowed to choose the materials and colours and if you don’t like the choices laid out on the site, they’ll happily send you a sample of the different yarns they have. Then you can specify any changes to the knitwear you’d like – shawl neck collar, belt, whatever you can think of – and it’ll be added for £4 extra. So, at it’s most expensive, the entire process will cost you £137. They also make scarves and woolly hats for anyone who wants to get a head start on their winter accessories.
Take a look at some Inverallan pieces after the jump.