Origin of argyleafter Argyll: the pattern is adapted from a clan tartan of Argyll
knitted or woven in a pattern of diamond-shaped figures of different colors
[pl.] argyle socks
- A knitting pattern of varicolored, diamond-shaped areas on a solid background.
- A sock knit in this pattern.
Origin of argyleAfter Clan Campbell of Argyle , Argyll, a former county of western Scotland, originally from the pattern of their tartan
- Alternative spelling of Argyll.
- The selection doesn't stop there, though; Chasing Fireflies children's clothing for boys also extends into the dressier range, offering argyle sweater vests and button front shirts that look startlingly similar to Dad's.
- New York & Company's Argyle Cardigan has a scoop neck, so if you prefer to let your cardigan speak for itself with no interruption from a colored shirt or a statement-making necklace, try this one on.
- Pink is one of the rarest colors of diamonds, and commercial quality stones are only found in the Argyle Mine in Australia, making them even more mysterious and sought after.
- The argyle pattern is done in black and purple with pink accents, so wearing it with a complementary cardigan will give this standby style an effortlessly updated look.
- Most fashion experts also frown on "novelty patterns" (argyle being the exception) and recommend you stick with basic shades of brown, blue, and black.