I’ve made no secret about the fact that autumn is one of my favourite seasons, if not my favourite season of all. I have shared our autumn bucket list as well as 25 delicious autumn soups and broths and today we’re getting fashionable here on the blog, because let’s face it autumn is the time when we all go crazy for warm woolly jumpers and comfortable, but stylish outfits.
I don’t know about you, but there’s nothing quite as satisfying as gliding into a cosy jumper on a crisp autumn morning and getting ready for the day ahead. My Nan is somewhat of a knitting machine. There’s nothing she can’t knit and when the days get shorter and the evenings start earlier, she’s starts her mission to kit out the entire family with cardigans, jumpers and knitted socks and I promise, their not all Norwegian style. My Nan loves experimenting with different patterns, materials and stitches and in that past, has even taken orders from Ben and some of my friends.
Sometimes however, you just want something a little more elegant and these classic and chic jumpers from Wool Overs might be just what you’ve been looking for. With a great choice of designs and materials, you are bound to find something for everyone’s taste and style and the great thing is that you won’t break the bank either. The range is very affordable with offers such as 2 for £40 for cashmere, merino, silk or cotton jumpers and I think you really can’t go wrong picking up one or two of them. They’re very timeless, so will last your for a long time and you can easily dress them up our down with accessories to create a look that suits your needs.
Knitted jumpers don’t always have to be slouchy and look casual. Wear them with a chunky necklace and heels to create a more dressed up look or go for a comfortable pair of jeans and boots for a more leisurely feel. There are so many possibilities to make your jumper suit you.
How do you wear jumpers? Do you go for a leisurely feel or do you like to dress them up?
This is a promotional post with an image from Craig Morey via Flickr.