This Little-Known Brand Does the Coolest Knitwear Around

Knitwear has, naturally, always been a staple in our wardrobes. We live in Britain, after all; it's pretty difficult to get by without it. That said, never before has knitwear been quite so fashionable. From the meteoric rise of the humble cardigan to the thin-ribbed jumpers reminiscent of those we wore in the '90s that just made an appearance on runways of Chloé and Prada, it's safe to say knitwear is having its day in the sun. 

Influencers have also been catalysts in the changing perception of knitwear thanks largely to their styling of certain items; cardigans sans tops underneath, jumpers knotted around the shoulders of other jumpers, and so on. They've helped make knitwear inherently cool again. 

As such, we're acutely aware of the knitwear goings-on on social media. So when we realised just about everyone we follow was wearing knits from a brand we'd never heard of before, we knew we had to investigate. Cue Tach Clothing. 

Inspired by vintage but making it work for modern times, Tach Clothing was created and is designed in Uruguay, with each piece being carefully handmade and ethically sourced by local artisans. While the brand also offers dresses, jackets, and jeans, its knitwear edit is undoubtedly its star attraction. 

From its cult-status cropped cardigan to more traditional jumpers with ornate floral embroidery, each and every one of Tach Clothing's knits is guaranteed to earn you serious style credibility—and consciously, too. Keep scrolling to see the influencers who are already championing Tach Clothing's knitwear. Then proceed to shop our favourite pieces from the current collection. 

Tach Clothing: @sabinasocol



Never one to shy away from a bright hue, Sabina Socol boldly opted for this fuchsia cardigan. 

Tach Clothing: @pia_mbd



Embroidered knits that could actually be vintage are hard to come by, so it's little wonder why Pia snapped this beauty up. 

Tach Clothing: @jeannedamas



Jeanne is known for her penchant for crop tops, so of course, she made a beeline for this knitted number. 

Lucy Williams knows a good going-out top when she sees it, and this bustier-inspired is perhaps our favourite on her. 

Tach Clothing: @lisasaysgah



This pink Tach Clothing cardigan tucked into a khaki vinyl skirt makes for an excellent colour clash. 

Camille Charrière was also seduced by Tach Clothing's cropped cardigan, which she's styled during the summer months with a white denim mini. 

Anne Laure Mais gives her cropped jumper instant (French) polish by styling it with a pair of black tailored trousers and a shoulder bag. 

Alyssa Coscarelli was the first influencer to back Tach Clothing and has continued to loan her support to the brand. 


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