Wooly sweaters by Residus – the finest piece of Gotland in your wardrobe

Gotland is the biggest island of the Baltic Sea and has been a traveler’s paradise for many Finns, too – it’s not too far away from Finland. The island is famous for its unique countryside, intriguing beaches, and barren protected areas. Gotland cherishes slow life, organic farming, and locality.

Our Stockholm favorite brand Residus has also found the treasures of Gotland. Last autumn their knit collection was sold out in a flash, so this year the brand has prepared with a larger batch of pure Gotlander sheep wool.


From surplus wool to a modern sweater

Residus uses surplus wool that is a side product of the food industry, for example. Residus noticed that several tons of this lovely raw woolen material was thrown away per year in Sweden, and took a grab of some of the most high-quality wool fiber in Gotland. This material is now turned into warm and stylish knits and sweaters.


A blend of Gotland local wool and Falkland merino wool

The sheep wool from Gotland is used in Residus production blended with another ethical-ecological wool: the dreamy soft merino from Falkland. This blend ensures that the sweaters will not feel harsh and keep their softness at all times.


Voluminous Ar Turtleneck polo sweaters keep you warm all the way to the hips and the turtleneck collar is luxury in chilly mornings. The long Ar Sweater is available in Dark Grey and Light Sand tones.


The same wool blend in the same tones has also become oversized Sea Scarves with a casual rib design. Combine with matching and trendy Ly Beanies.


The most popular star of the Residus knitted collection is Ire, which comes in a lovely sandy color and has a topical and versatile cropped loose design. It looks relaxed and awesome with jeans. At work, pair it with black trousers and if you want some sharper look, wear it on a white collared shirt. The most trendy outfit of this autumn will be a long dress layered with Ire!

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