The classic stripes (offered in both an ivory-navy and navy-ivory colorway) is what first caught our eye. But Alex Mill’s version sets itself apart from the signature Breton crewneck with its open, buttonless collar. The uncomplicated polo meets stripes pullover is knitted in a relaxed and comfortable fit perfect for working-from-home or weekend dressing. Plus, with its midweight cotton, timeless colors, and layerable neckline, the style doesn’t lean too much into one season, unlike, say, a wintery Fair Isle knit or mohair turtleneck. Our favorite knits are those we can wear year-round.In the winter months, slip this pullover on over a turtleneck and pair it with wool trousers, and transition the garment to spring with jeans and sneakers. Come summer, wear it over a bikini by day and throw it around your shoulders on breezy nights. We promise you won’t grow tired of it. For an effortless wardrobe staple that you’ll love to wear on repeat, this practical and stylish knit checks all the boxes.
When former first lady Michelle Obama walked down the steps of the United States Capitol on Inauguration Day, dressed in those perfectly tailored burgundy pants and waist-hugging belt by Sergio Hudson, a moment in fashion history was marked. And the Hudson magic didn’t stop there: On the very same evening, our first female vice president Kamala Harris wore a custom sequined dress and sharp coat, also by the Los Angeles–based designer.“It was more than just another moment to build my brand,” says Hudson. “The moment was so important, especially with our new vice president. I went into the moment knowing how important it was for every Black woman in my life. It was a signal of change. So, for me to have the opportunity to be part of that was much more than just building a brand.”
When it comes to quintessential everyday knits, there are two styles Vogue editors are most excited about. The first is the pullover polo knit—a relatively new trend that’s well on its way to becoming a wardrobe staple, courtesy of Khaite and Prada. And the second is the timeless, classic Breton stripe, made iconic by two individuals named Jean (Seberg and Paul Gaultier). So we were more than thrilled to spot a hybrid of the two styles at $125, no less from Alex Mill, purveyor of shirting staples.
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