Glenmuir chooses vibrant colours for AW 15

Glenmuir has unveiled its new AW 2015 collection featuring Scottish lambswool knitwear, extra-fine merino sweaters and lustrous double mercerised shirts. Glenmuir also offers a comprehensive range of outerwear for protection from the elements. Glenmuir’s new seasonal colour stories include a zingy lime as featured in the Tropical Sorbet colour story. The coral tones of Pure Shores are guaranteed to brighten a dull autumnal day and spearmint from Ocean Drive is a sophisticated choice.

A selection of performance shirts are available that include a new ‘Deacon’ performance moisture wicking pique shirt for cool comfort throughout a round of golf. Glenmuir’s three layer windshirts provide protection from wind and showers, whilst the stretch fabric is lightweight and quiet. The company’s popular lined sweaters are also featured in the AW15 collection and include ‘Noah’ a full zip front sweater with a stretch jersey lining which is a perfect layering piece keeping you warm without being too bulky or heavy.

AW 2015 sees the introduction of a new ladies’ trouser range all in a superb lightweight 4-way stretch fabric, which offers complete freedom of movement. Diamante stud trims and buttons complete the look.

On the ladies’ AW15 collection, Ann Miller, Glenmuir’s Design and Buying Director explains, “Our ladies’ AW15 collection is all about the combination of performance, contemporary style and expert tailoring. We’ve introduced ‘Paloma’, a lightweight stretch performance pique to our shirt range, which has a gorgeous handle and drape, while also keeping the wearer dry and comfortable. Statement shirts with modern styling are enhanced with signature finishing touches including diamante studs, sequin trims and print details.” More at:

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