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As we begin to plan our spring wardrobes, versatile pieces that translate from season to season are a must. While knitwear is a core winter staple, we’re looking to newly launched label Last of England for high quality, trans-seasonal cashmere pieces.

The brand was born after founder Tom Heber-Percy struggled to find modern cashmere that matched the quality of a historical piece from his father’s wardrobe. From this starting point, Last Of England was conceived, with the brand now using leading mills in Hawick, Scotland, to produce timeless knitwear of a higher class.

Keeping things local, the label looks to the “quiet self-confidence and pride that is present in definitive British style” for its aesthetic, according to a statement, adapting key looks from archival imagery. This is no more evident than in the brand’s Teba jacket (£350), which is inspired by a Savile Row original tailored for King Alfonso, later gifted to the Count of Teba.

However, our favourite piece from the current Last of England collection has to be the basket-weaved cashmere knit (£300), which comes in a soft tan shade – perfect for welcoming in the fresh start of spring.

You can shop Last of England’s full collection at lastofengland.co.uk now, with prices starting at £205.

Last Of England Cashmere Knitwear

Last Of England Cashmere Knitwear

Last Of England Cashmere Knitwear

Last Of England Cashmere Knitwear

Last Of England Cashmere Knitwear

Last Of England Cashmere Knitwear

Last Of England Cashmere Knitwear