13 of the best knitwear options to invest in before the temperatures drop
06th Sep 2020
The days are getting colder which means we are switching our t-shirts for jumpers and cardigans – here are 13 of the best options to invest in now
There is a chill in the air.
I can’t pinpoint when it happened exactly, but summer is deciding to slowly slip away without a word. Autumn is coming in its place, and now a jacket must be brought along on every excursion in case of emergencies.
This changing in the ranks means knitwear is very much on our radar and we can’t complain. It is is a vital element of autumn wardrobes and now is the time to invest in one or two cosy companions.
ASOS is leading the way with its varied selection, the crew neck jumper with stripes in green is already in our shopping basket. Zara, Mango and all of the other usual suspects continue to create solid knitwear selections, while Arket is serving those who want directional pieces. Expect unusual design aspects and shapes that will bring your fashion game to an unreachable level.
13 of the best
Pull & Bear button front cardigan in mixed knit, €35.99 at ASOS
Knit sweater with bows, €29.95 at Zara
ASOS Design curve relaxed knit roll neck jumper, €22.99 at ASOS
River Island cable knit bra let and cardigan set in lilac, €62.99 at River Island
Cardigan, €59.99 at Mango
Cardigan with gem buttons, €29.95 at Zara
Fashion Union plus scoop neck jumper in lightweight knit, €27.99 at ASOS
Short-sleeved knitted jumper, €59 at Arket
ASOS Design crew neck jumper with stripes in green, €38.99 at ASOS
Wool blend knit polo shirt, €39.95 at Zara
Tie-back knitted jumper, €22.99 at H&M
Fitted open-neck jumper, €99 at Arket
Rhinestone buttoned cardigan, €27.99 at H&M
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