Mock neck sweaters have existed for centuries and they were typically worn by seafaring individuals. It has since gone mainland and it can be found inside the wardrobes of different types of men. You could be a menswear aficionado or just a guy who doesn’t want to think too much about what to wear, and you’ll still look good and comfortable. Moreover, when worn with a demure approach it can serve as an essential layering or stand alone piece. With the winter season moving into full gear, this seems like the ideal time for mock necks to make a comeback.

Take a look at our favourite pieces below:


Simon Miller Alpaca-Blend Rollneck Sweater

This rib-knitted alpaca-blend sweater has a comfortable loose fit and relaxed rollneck.

Why We Like This Item: The peachy hue colour that was rendered from the painting “Splash” is season appropriate.

Wear With: We recommend you wear this with a denim jacket.

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John Smedley Slim-Fit Wool Mock-Neck Sweater

Spun in England from lightweight and soft wool, this sweater has been dyed with fresh spring water to ensure it doesn’t fade.

Why We Like This Item: The ribbed mock is elevated enough without any additional constrictions.

Wear With: We recommend you wear this with a corduroy coach jacket.


Inis Meáin Beairtíní Merino Wool Sweater

This ‘Beairtíní’ sweater is hand-spun from merino wool and finished with a wide mock neck.

Why We Like This Item: The wide mock neck makes a statement but isn’t too intrusive and the dark-green palette tops it off.

Wear With: We recommend you wear this with a leather jacket.

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