Winter Knitwear: 8 Ways you can wear it this Winter
Cardigans, jumpers, tunics, tops, ponchos, wraps; which colour and in which style…the list goes on! With so much knitwear to choose from we thought we would bring a little more clarity to the cosy winter knitwear category.
It can be tricky to know where to begin given all the different colours, styles, and materials on the market these days. A good place to start is to consider the shape or style of the winter knitwear and if it will suit your body shape. Next consider the colour of knit that will best suit you and what you already have in your wardrobe, and finally consider what fibres the knit is made from.
Longline cardigans are a major trend this season and they’re great for elongating your body especially when paired with heels; if you’re concerned that your waist is getting lost, add a thin waist belt to accentuate your curves. This Raspberry Sorbet colour is sure to brighten your day and is made out of 100% lambswool ensuring softness and warmth.
For the ultimate comfort, layer one of our knitted tunics with leggings and flats. This casual look will cover the hip area and show off your legs simultaneously. This Marigold tone adds an element of fun to this 100% Merino wool style.
If it’s coziness that you’re after then the poncho is one style to look at. Try this look in a classic camel colour in 100% lambswool or striped autumnal tones in a wool and mohair blend; pair with slim fit pants for balance.
For a trendier look try a sleeveless knit. These styles look great with jeans or a pencil skirt and ankle boots. These moody styles are made from a warm alpaca and wool blend and a cashmere and wool blend.
Neutrals are a great investment as they go with everything! This V neck style is made from an alpaca and wool blend and can be paired back with pants, jeans, or a skirt, add heels to elevate the look.
Classic crew necks will never lead you astray whether they are in pastels, neutrals or bright jewel tones. This rose Grace Hill Knit is made from a beautiful cashmere and merino wool blend. At a lower price point are these Sara and Emerge styles in 100% lambswool and 100% merino wool.