Knitwear of the season

Style inspiration brought to you by resident stylist
Julie Dickson

Autumn wouldn’t be the same without this wardrobe staple, knitwear is the most practical way to keep cosy this season!

In softest capuccino this alpine- inspired knit is as cute as a button! Equally at home with boyfriend jeans and white trainers as it is dressed up with black high waisted trousers, a biker jacket and these cute block heeled (with added glitter!) pumps this jumper is a true wardrobe refresher. A touch of stretch means it’s comfortable to wear and suits every shape and size.
TIP: Try layering over a denim shirt for added warmth and style!

Alpine print sweater

This jumper reminds me of a favourite sweatshirt… a relaxed fit in the body and a looser neckline in a pretty pastel colour that is reminiscent of my favourite shade of marl grey. I will be throwing this over my boyfriend jeans and white pumps or belting it over tailored tuxedo pants and heels- I just know it will become a new favourite.
TIP: Make like a stylist and mix texture and colour for easy elegant style.

Knit sweater

Nothing beats an oversize sloppy sweater and this one is first on my shopping list. It’s cosy, comfortable and the “open knit” texture and large scale intarsia print means it can be worn casually with jeans or more ‘Street style’ like here with this pvc pencil skirt and flats. Just pick out shades from the same colour family as the jumper to find perfect pieces to style it with. TIP: Half tuck the sweater to create the illusion of a waist.

Floral knit sweater

A wardrobe should be full of clothes you love and wear all the time. And this little ball of fluff fits the bill perfectly. It’s cream ( casts a youthful glow to the complexion) it’s fluffy (so brings texture and joy) and is versatile (think jeans & boots or velvet pleat skirts and leopard pumps!). Literally one of the most worn pieces in my wardrobe. Purchase. Now.
TIP: Size up if you prefer a looser fit.

Fluffy knit

This is one of those jumpers that makes ‘winning combinations’ in my wardrobe. It goes with my cropped jeans, my wide leg tailored trousers and my new grey cashmere jog pants. It just works. The colours in the print are my neutrals … denim blue and greys; the print is bold but at the same time not loud and the shape is flattering. I always half tuck tops to create shape as I’m short waisted.
TIP: Higher necklines like polos and turtles should be loose-fitting. Too tight is unflattering.

Turtleneck knit
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