Knitted Designer Sweaters to keep you super stylish all winter Long!

It's petty standard that every winter you'll need bit of wardrobe refresh, investing a good old knitted sweater is a great way to start.

This season has seen  a knitwear revolution, for us fashionista's that's something to get excited about because knit has evolved into a new dimensions, thanks to designers like Bahaus whose bold cable knits in bright colours would have anyone transfixed with their impeccable design. 

Celine and Marc Jacobs also owned the knitwear look this season with their A/W 14 collections which featured ribbed full head to toe knit looks.

If those designers alone are not enough of a reason to get involved with the new designer knitwear wave, then I’m sure these designer treats below will have you reaching for your bank card in no time!  

One: Tory Burch-

This grey cable knit jumper featuring a metallic coating finish is that wardrobe winner that you can absolutely wear with literally everything! This iridescent piece would look really cool paired with ripped black skinnies accessorised with miniature ‘it’ bag and a floppy hat.

Two: Dries Van Noten-

This statement knitwear piece in green wool features a yellow abstract pattern which flows across the top of the jumper and down one arm. Rock this piece with wet leggings, slip on sneakers and a neon pink oversized clutch to make the yellow detailing of the knit really pop!

Three: Rochas-

This black wool blend angora sweater with velvet penne front would make a luxe addition to your wardrobe this season. This timeless number is a piece you can bring out season after season which won’t ever disappoint with its versatile appeal. Team this texturized piece with a printed mini skirt and statement necklace for a fashion forward in depth look.

This metallic blocked knit piece in gold and white is a piece that you can wear even while transitioning in between seasons. Let this piece do all the talking and emphasise this piece by wearing it with a white skirt, shoes and accessories for a fresh stunning street style look.

Five: Philip Lim-

This knitted jumper is in an understated eloquently chic design that sees a roll neck jumper adorned with fabric manipulated knit pieces detailed in the front and on the arms of the piece. Wear this piece embracing a sartorial inspired meets androgynous look, or style with flouncy mini skirt and knee high boots for a super stylish weekday look.

Six: Alexander McQueen-

This furry jumper in all white wool and mohair blend, is one that should be on everybody’s which list! This fairy tale stunner will effortlessly elevate any look, pair it with a leather pencil skirt and tie up heels for a refreshingly chic street style look.

Seven: Karla Spectic-

Inject a burst of colour into your wardrobe this season with this neon textured sweater. Go really bold and pair this look with royal blue bottoms or dull it down with a pair of black tailored trousers and some statement black running kicks in which the Rick Owens by Adidas would lend well to in achieving a directional look.

Eight: Haider Ackermann-

This brown and black hounds-tooth jumper is in a classic print which will serve you well for years to come. The edgy piece is in a fitted long sleeve and body design, featuring a zip fastening in the back. This jumper would look awesome as a complete runway look which sees the same print in extremely oversized baggy trousers. To channel a less edgy look go for a pair of black baggy cropped leather trousers and pointed stiletto pumps.

Nine: MCQ-

This black ribbed knit jumper is understated and intricately designed, which sees knit covered in a sea of black sequins. Wear this sparkly spectacle in an ensemble of anything from your boyfriend jeans, to a pleated midi skirt for a ravishingly divine look perfect for the party season.

Ten: Derek Lam-

This coral blue knit will leave you feeling everything except ‘blue’. This crochet wool and angora blend sweater would look rich next to nude pieces or a fun monochrome animal print would give the look a fierce edge.

Do you have a fave winter warmer?

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