01st Sep 2017
It’s September!…?the breeze is?robust, rain is looming and all I can think about now is knitwear. I’m ready to box away my open-toed shoes and swaddle myself in super-long scarves and chunky sweaters. My shopping list is lengthy, but here are five of my favourite new-season knits.
This is one of Zara’s best seasons for knitwear, but this gorgeous fuchsia cardigan stands out for me. I love the richness of the shade – it will add warmth of neutrals and my pasty complexion in winter – and the slightly voluminous sleeves, which make it feel more fashion forward.
Long mohair cardigan, €69.95 at Zara
The trick to livening up your autumn wardrobe, especially if it’s anchored by neutrals, is to embrace texture. I love the contrasting body and sleeves of this M.I.H Jeans sweater. The front has a brushed effect, while the sleeves are more closely knit.?It gives the piece a really tactile look.
Merino-wool blend sweater, M.I.H Jeans, €285 at Net-a-porter.com
Massimo Dutti’s Limited Edition Collection is exquisite this year. This polo-neck?cable knit is elevated by way of the statement shade of red. Layer it up with varying berry tones for a high-fashion look.
Limited edition wool-cashmere cable sweater, €129 at Massimo Dutti
Both the Boutique and Unique collections at Topshop offer pieces with a really strong design aesthetic. I love how this understated ribbed jumper has been given a chic twist by way of a simple circular cut-out.
Cut-out jumper (you can layer this one up), Boutique, €125 at Topshop
I love the homespun feel of this Zara crochet jumper, yet it looks so modern when paired with boyish pants and metallic heels.
Oversized crochet sweater, €39.95 at Zara
After much rumours and speculation about the Gucci and Balenciaga collaboration, we finally saw it at Gucci’s 100th-anniversary show, Gucci Aria.
If months at home has left you wondering how you ever put an outfit together, you’re not alone — enter these easy to wear jumpsuits
Nice pyjamas are the new going out top.
With our 2021 plans at home for the foreseeable future, why not go maximalist on the most basic of footwear: trainers.