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It´s sweater weather – a little crisp, a little sunny, warm enough to skip a coat in the afternoon. It´s time for some great knitwear.
Just like hot chocolate – Shades of whisky brown, toffee and rust are the dominating autumnal hues generating warmth and comfort.
This year I feel like fall stays for months and I fully rely on oversize sweaters. Minimal effort, maximum comfort. Simply throw your cuddly knits over leather pants or high waisted denim. They also look great tucked into your midi skirt. I´m layering today an oversized chunky v-neck sweater with a slip dress for an interesting contrast!
- Chunky sweater available in 7 different colors (new)
- Knitted slip dress with metallic finish (new)
- Ark Bag (new)
- Earrings (new)
- Baker boy hat (similar)
- Strappy sandals (new) for a sunny and warm fall day. I will wear these suede leather boots for chilly days (new)
Knits for everyone, for every taste, and for every budget. From oversized sweaters to cropped cardigans, from fine cashmere and merino wool to chunky cable knit. Options are endless this F/W 2018 season. I have rounded up some of my favorite knit styles for the ultimate hygge feeling. Cozy netflix sundays with your favorite sweats included.
Oversized wool blend cardigan with large button closures, ribbed cuffs and a v-cut neckline (new)
Oversized long fit turleneck sweater with ribbed cuffs, hem and neck (new)
Chunky dense knit sweater with a crewneck, ribbed finishings and zig zag stitching (new).
Oversized chunky sweater (new); Baker Boy Hat corduroy (new)
Leopard sweater (new)
Chunky stripes sweater (new)
Jacquard wool cardigan (new)
Longline oversized cardigan (new)
Alpaca and wool blend knit sweater with a mock neck, beaded floral embellishments and chunky rib stitching (new).
Micro knit turtleneck with two contrawsting vertical stripes and ribbed finishings (new).
Oversized alpaca blend cable knit sweater with a v-cut neckline and ribbed finishings (new).
Wool blend cropped turtleneck sweater (new).
Thanks for stopping by! And now tell me more about your favorite knit piece!