What are the latest knitwear trends?

Knitwear is a hugely popular choice for winter and offers a comfortable, warm, and stylish option for the colder months. But what should you be wearing this winter if you want to stay ahead in the style stakes? Let’s take a look.

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Whether you are browsing the high-street stores, investing in some high-end fashion or testing out your creative skills with knitting kits from specialists such as https://www.woolcouturecompany.com/collections/knitting-kits, you should be looking at sweaters and headbands for a fashion-forward look.

Oversized, cropped jumpers with dropped shoulders are a supremely stylish choice this winter, especially if cable-knit is also involved. Cables are a big hit this season and offer a huge amount of versatility when it comes to creating the perfect winter outfit suitable for day and night.

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Mock turtlenecks and polo necks are another fashionable yet timeless option. These are wardrobe staples that can instantly add a fashionable winter twist to all sorts of different work and leisure ensembles.

Sleeveless sweater vests are also big news this year, offering a great layering option wherever you happen to be. If these are not your thing, how about a mini shawl which can be thrown over almost any outfit, from party dresses to jeans and simple tops?

Kitsch and cute knits are also in fashion, as are knitted knot headbands. Think colourful and sassy, whether buying from an independent retailer, shopping the high street, or making your own. If you fancy learning how to knit, check out the ‘how to’ guide on the Prima website here.

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Oversized boxy sweaters are a prime choice for men this season, especially involving plain patterns and solid colours. Knitwear with button plackets and pockets is also bang on-trend.

Maurice Andrews

Maurice Andrews

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