Oct13

Bundle Up: Knitwear and Coats This Fall

Combining great colors and matching garments this autumn might require you to use more of your creativity and imagination. The Huffington Post recently said, “Autumn usually gets a bad rap for its darker colors and heavier fabrics.” Before hefty and dark-hued clothes fill up your closet space, why not try other options such as vibrant-colored knitwears?

According to Marks & Spencer’s Style Edit article, “Knits from the autumn/winter shows have a grown-up appeal. Think refined, effortless and chic. Classic dark tones, soft shades and patterns will bring a cosiness to your new-season wardrobe.” To learn more about the sophisticated knitwears to wear this fall, here are a few options:

Cashmere

A printed jumper tucked into a dark pencil style skirt matched with a glamorous necklace is perfect for casual to evening meetings. Cashmere jumper knitwear usually come in shades of gray and black; as well as red and blue.

Patterns 

Knit coats that are in different patterns would keep “your autumn wardrobe looking up-to-date” says M&S. These are perfect with your favorite denim pants or skirts matched with a pair of brown high-heeled boots.

Lambswool

Lambswool knitwears in different hues are in this season. Bright coloued knits made of lambswool can add warmth and style this fall. To have a simple yet stylish look this autumn, you may pair a v-necked lambswool knitwear with jeans.

Merino 

This jumper sweater is the simplest knitwear that never goes out of style. It is normally designed with a smooth roll-neck and can be worn casually every day.

Wrap/Coats 

This is one of the stylish alternatives to heavy trench coats. Cashmere wraps can be good everyday cardigans or sophisticated trench coats for your usual stroll at the park.

Angora 

Angora knits are comfortable and stylish sweatshirts that look great when paired with slim-fitting trousers.

And there you have it, options for looking chic and keeping warm this winter.

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