Last weekend, when the weather was pretty chilly and I was about to get dressed to go out, I realised that I hardly own any jumpers! I'm not really sure how this has happened, but over time I've just become more and more of a dress wearer, to the point where I hardly have much of a winter casj wardrobe at all. Generally I don't think jumpers are the most flattering on me, certainly not if they're bulky and have no shape at all to them. But, I decided to have a look around for some more interesting knitwear that might work well - generally longer styles with a bit of structure or a finer knit seem to be good options. And somehow, unintentionally, all of my choices are either pink or grey!
Grey lace trim jumper | Pink lace up sleeve sweater | Lace applique jumper | Funnel neck flute sleeve jumper
I think I have a good mix of really casual and also slightly more pulled together knitwear going on here. I love the grey funnel neck with fluted sleeves, but it does say it's cropped, so I don't know if it's going to work. The pink one with layered sleeves from New Look is so lovely, but I think it breaks my rule on bulky jumpers unfortunately. The wrap style grey jumper from Topshop might not be the warmest, but it has a great flattering shape to it. I've ordered a few of these to try out, so hopefully something will work out and I'll no longer be the freezing idiot in a dress on the weekend!
Have you found any great knitwear this season?