Irish wool sweaters were originally created in the Aran Islands specifically for men. Aran sweaters were made by the wives of fishermen who wanted to protect their husbands from cold air flows mixed with cold water, the temperature of which decreased often below 5 and even 2 degrees Celsius. An aggravating factor was the fact that these fishermen worked in the winter, which made their work and routes even more complicated. This is the Aran sweater is also referred to as a Fisherman Sweater.
Women began to wear and combine Aran knit sweaters later, initially using male versions of this garment. With the popularization of this item, designers and weavers began to create feminine variants, much more adapted to body shape. Significant changes in the structure of the sweaters that have been made are related to the colors of the sweaters and their design. Indeed, men's sweaters are much soberer, so they can only be found in colors such as natural, black, gray, green, or blue. Women’s Aran Sweaters can be found both in the latter colors and red, purple, or yellow. The structure of Aran sweaters for women has been adapted to the shape of women's bodies to be not only comfortable but also elegant. The traditional Irish V-neck sweater has received a dose of modernity and sophistication either by using wool ornaments in the form of flowers, geometric figures that decorate the neck, or by adding different buttons, small details, and Celtic accessories such as the Celtic Knot zipper. The usual length of sweaters and cardigans has also been adapted to consumer preferences and fashion trends. Therefore, nowadays Women’s Aran sweaters and cardigans can be found in short, medium, or long lengths.
The entire collection of women's Irish sweaters is exclusively made in Ireland from Merino Wool. This ensures that the sweater is of superior quality. First of all, thanks to the manufacturers' commitment to providing products that will make Ireland famous for the unique garments it produces. Secondly, the secrets of creating sweaters are passed within the family from mother to daughter or son, so sweaters designers are aware and proud to honor the family and its traditions in this way.
Ladies Aran Tunic Sweater - this Merino wool-blend sweater is ideal to complete any look due to its ribbed trim on the collar and cuffs. Ladies Aran Turtleneck Sweater - this 100% Merino Wool sweater features a gorgeous and oversized draped collar making it look stylish and feeling comfy.Fisherman Wool Funnel Neck Sweater - this bold and refined wool knit sweater depicts an oversized funnel neck collar providing a modern, feminine touch.Women's Cable Knit Aran Crew Sweater - this crewneck sweater for women is simultaneously gorgeous and comfortable thanks to the stylish and large pockets with ribbed trim.Ladies Turtleneck Ribbed Cable Knit Sweater- this exquisite high collar wool sweater comes with a full cable pattern and oversized neck.
As soon as you buy a Women’s Aran sweater, your natural question that comes to mind is how to wear it. There are some important moments to consider when you want to use a knit sweater in your outfits. First of all, the golden rule of an everyday outfit is balance. Therefore, you need to pay attention to the Aran patterns and design of the sweater. If you use a cardigan with a simple design that features patterns like cable or diamond, be confident to pair it with more complicated and brave pieces such as memorable shaped pants, colorful skirts, or even a dress.
If you opt for a women’s Irish Knit sweater it will demonstrate a more intricate design and combine numerous pockets, buttons, or patterns you can pair them with casual, everyday jeans, skinny high-waisted pants, long or medium pencil skirts. And of course, you can add small accessories to spice up the overall look. as jewelry, a bag, or hair accessories.
Don’t miss out on the incredible warmth, softness, and elegance of our Women’s Aran Sweaters collection!