Sweaters or jumpers are very helpful pieces in the winter season, where comfort and convenience prevail with cotton, wool, or synthetic fabrics that protect from low temperatures and at the same time offer endless possibilities at the time to combine in a wardrobe. The characteristic that makes the difference over other garments is the neck, which can vary according to the design: circular, triangular, buttoned neck, high neck, rolled neck ... etc. It is a piece that can be combined with a wardrobe characterized by sobriety, thanks to basic colors such as black, white, or gray, or you can opt for more vivid and cheerful colors, such as red or light blue. There are also sweaters with hand-woven drawings, thus configuring very showy and colorful garments. Formerly, these garments began to be made in the 15th century in the British Channel Islands, Jersey, and Guernsey, areas in which merino wool traditionally used to proliferate. From the islands, the royalty was provided with knitwear, which did not wear outwardly but lay hidden in their garments. The sweaters were woven in one piece and sewn by hand, often in a blue tone. Until the 19th century, the bourgeois class did not have the custom of wearing this garment, which was more associated with work, until this social stratum became fond of sports and everything changed from that moment. The point became a reference in sportswear of that time, due to the freedom of movement it provided and the lightness of the material. Nowadays it is a very popular "sport" wardrobe piece and thanks to the Missoni family it has also been integrated as a luxury product. In Miralles 1986 we have an attractive catalog of sweaters to suit the user. STONE ISLAND, ETRO or PAUL SMITH are some of the prestigious firms that make up a luxury repertoire, and in each of these brands you will find the most varied styles, from sweaters to a high neck, rolled or round and in one color tone to garments with a more creative and colorful design, such as sweaters with illustrations embroidered in point.