All the knitwear trends we're buying into this winter.
With that familiar nip in the air and summer feeling more and more like a distant memory, stepping out of your door each morning is a real struggle. Believe me, it’s easy to get stuck in a rut with your wardrobe. Those comfy standbys (as in, gray sweatshirts and sweatpants) are just too tempting when it’s gray, wet, and far too chilly to deal. We’ve chatted about many of our fashion fixes to combat the cold weather blues in style, from our favorite boots for every fashion girl to how to make a statement with coats. But the true unsung hero of winter wardrobes everywhere has got to be the sweater. Whether an eye-catching statement or a sleek layering item, these truly versatile pieces create the most lustworthy ensembles, even on the bleakest of days.
Now we know by this point you aren’t a stranger to fashion’s fascination with showing off arms, from stacks upon stacks of bangles and bracelets, to off-the-shoulder and cold-shoulder tops that were everywhere during the warmer months. We guarantee, winter’s biggest trend in sweaters will be all about the sleeves. Whether lace, fur, or ruffles, these cool details will keep any basic sweater from being boring.
This season, classic cable knit is getting a major overhaul. From sequin embellishments to awesome new silhouettes, designers are really thinking out of the box with this fashion staple.
This piece is a true understated superstar. Whether layering it with dresses, other chunky knits for a more casual day ensemble, or being paired alone with a blazer and jeans or skirts for a perfect cold-weather date night look. This fashion favorite is a style chameleon that is essential to anyone’s winter wardrobe.
Gone are the days of bulky sweater dresses. This style has graduated from boring to chic and sophisticated, and will even be taking home honors. With a shapelier silhouette and cool modern details, this season’s styles are on fire.
We love animal prints! It might be a nostalgic longing for our younger years filled with Lisa Frank, but anything kitschy and zoological has a special place in our hearts. Fortunately, it seems designers are sharing our love for all things animal with these adorable styles. Get ready to be the chicest version of your childhood self.