A fair Isle sweater known for its familiar geometric patterns in a limited range. Fair isle cardigan sweater has long been loved by the royal family. This style wool sweater was first recognized in the 1920s when Edward VIII used it publicly in his early photographs. Princess Diana was wearing a fair isle sweaters when she entered her apartment. Even Princess Charlotte wore a small cashmere sweater on her second birthday.

While the cotton sweater was popularized in no small part due to the royals. However, the origin of the style comes from the parish in the north of England. Fair Isle is a true island in the Shetland Islands in the north of Scotland. The design began in the early 19th century with hats and sweaters as motifs.

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