It’s officially jumper weather. Wrap up against the cold and start planning your warmer wardrobe now with our hot list of cosy and covetable game-changing knits
Whimsical woollens are nothing new, but they can be tricky to pull off. For a subtle approach, we love this cream bobble knit () – featuring cute mini pom-poms, it’s brimming with personality without overdoing it. Team with a midi skirt (note: Prince of Wales check is a headline pattern for autumn).
Textured jumpers continue to be a major player on the fashion field. Abandon old conventions and slip a cable-knit () over a summery dress – it’s a contemporary update on the cardigan and means you can still wear the dress through the winter months. Just add tights and knee-high boots.
Tunic dresses () are a true fashion hero. Perfect for any ‘what-to-wear’ style dilemma, they’re an outfit in an instant – simply throw on and run out the door, safe in the knowledge that you look effortlessly chic. Best worn with trainers or biker boots off-duty, dress up with a polished heel at your desk.
A hidden gem in layering terms, the fisherman’s tank () will bring an extra dimension to any look. Slip it on over roll necks or shirting, keeping your bottom half streamlined to balance proportions. Denim and fitted tailoring work well here, but for a true country spin, it has to be a kilt.
Say hello to the funnel neck (). Roomier, looser and, dare we say it, cooler than its sister style, the roll neck, this olive-green jumper is understated and easier to wear. Featuring a cable-knit detail on the sleeves, make it your go-to layer for days when you want to look on trend without trying.
Supersize your winter knitwear and you’ll never look back. Top marks for comfort, this deep V-neck style () showcases your décolletage (who says wool can’t be sexy?) while maintaining a boyish edge. Team with a structured skirt and boots in complementary tones – cute dog optional.
Photographer: Sarah Maingot / Stylist: Victoria Bain / Hair stylist: Nao Kawakami / Make-up artist: Rebecca Wordingham / Model: Annelot de Waal / Editor: Charlene Barton