Fashion | Cosy Knitwear

Let’s be honest, if ever there was a time we all needed a hug from a cosy knit, it’s now. January (blurgh!), lockdown (argh!) and homeschooling (silently weeping in the corner) might make this the hardest “after Christmas” comedown we’ve all had in the while. I am taking sanctuary in dressing in mainly activewear with a knit thrown over it to make me appear “dressed”. Here is a selection of a few knits which might just help you feel warm, fuzzy and ready to have a moment in front of a fire with a glass of wine (I never do dry January…are you mad??).

Knit Coat by Zara – is it a cardigan, is it a coat, is it a dressing gown? Who knows, who cares. Use it for all of the above!

The Cacoon Funnel by Navy Grey – a piece to treasure which will be worn for years to come, beyond lockdown.

Cashmere Boyfriend Jumper by Hush – I have this jumper in a few colours as i love the cut. The cashmere washes really well and I find myself wearing them more often than not.

Devan V Neck Jumper by Baukjen – this timeless, simple knit will go brilliantly with skins – wether they be of the activewear leggings kind or luxe leather. Plus you can get 20% off with MINISMORE20

Cashmere Hoodie by Marks & Spencer – during lockdown 1.0 I lived in my cashmere hoodie and this one is a similar colour which can go over a dress or joggers.

Mentone Half Zip Knit by Varley – shhh, I know it’s technically from a sportswear range but I love the colour.

Diamante Button Cardigan by & Other Stories – an easy way to glam up knitwear.

Cardigan by Orwell & Austen – I love the Western influence in this design. If we are ever allowed to head off on a ski holiday I can see this being a fab apes ski look…for now, teamed with leather leggings…and slipper!

Hot Pink Cardigan with Cashmere by Scamp & Dude – add a much needed pop of colour to this lockdown with this electric pink design.

Chunky Stripe Cardigan by Wyse London – a popular design by Wyse London which provides style and cosiness.

Cashmere Jumper by Jumper 1234 – a bit of positivity in these strange times.

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