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A Different Shade of Knits

 

If you are like us, you prefer your knits to be soft in feeling and in the color choices you select for your wardrobe. 

Since its inception, our designers at Inhabit have always chosen a color chart for both our cozy cashmeres and cushy cottons that can go from city to country with an easy elegance. And our tones are distinctive in their subtle and subdue shades.

When we design pieces in blue or greens or violets, they are muted, toned down versions of what is expected. There is an undertone of grey in our denim blues which resembles a light cadet. Our greens are never too olive or too bright they are more of a refreshing pine. We want to ensure that our knits are complementary to every complexion and to ensure maximum wearability. 

In our previous blog, we talked about our different shades of grey. Since we also combine it with more saturated yarns it brings shade like violet down to a more sophisticated light and darker aubergine. 

And yes we believe that white is a color, particularly our winter whites. We love to offer tonal variations such as ecru, ivory stone and for a deeper hue- sand. 

Like many New York-based companies-we are partial to black and navy --but we still create our own hues that offer darker to lighter shades in these classics. 

There are our basics but every now and then we create an offshoot which lends to a livelier tint.

 

Here are some of our favorites:

Everyday Crew 

 Luxe Honeycomb Pull

 Striped Pull With Bell Sleeve