Knitwear and Pastel Colours: Here to Stay
From the streets of Stockholm to Copenhagen, the message is clear: knitwear, which has become increasingly more popular since 2020, is a trend to stay during the Autumn/Winter collection. Cosy yet chic, this fabric will conquer your wardrobe from loungewear to winter dresses. If you think knitwear equals thick long sleeve turtleneck jumpers, this blog is for you.
Here are five autumn knitwear items that you’ll feel like buying as soon as possible, in the also trending light and low saturated pastel colours:
Pink High Neck Knitted Vest (£25.00)
A high neck vest is a great winter item, but is it only that? A vest like this one could be the replacement of a jacket on a typical autumn day. You can either wear it on top of a shirt with leather trousers and boots or over a printed long sleeve maxi dress with trainers – the possibilities are endless here!
Blue Stripe Knitted Zip Dress (£40.00)
Here’s a comfy day dress for the autumn season. This very relaxed short sleeve dress with a cowl neckline has a pair of zips near the hipline to emphasize its casual look. However, it’s easy to dress up a bit with this one. High leather or suede boots rather than ankle boots or trainers and your hair tied up in a ponytail or bun and this makes a gorgeous work dress. Style it with a blue denim jacket and a leather handbag for a perfect balance between smart and casual.
Mustard Oversized Cardigan (£50.00)
This cardigan is a comfy helpful item that will come in handy in the colder days. Thick and oversized, it goes well over a casual black day dress or leather trousers and turtleneck tops. Alternatively, blue jeans, white shirt and trainers are a great match too if you’re in for a really casual look which sometimes is just what we need!
Brown Poncho Jumper (£55.00)
Here’s another oversized cosy item. This poncho style casual jumper with hem fringe detailing is a good pick for more discreet women or for when you feel in that mood. The brown colour meets a large blue stripe crossing the whole jumper until the wide long sleeves. Blue jeans, smart trousers in black or pastel shades or even leather trousers would pair with this top. In fact, it is so versatile that you can even wear it to style a blue maxi dress – give it a go!
Blue Long Knitted Cardigan (£50.00)
Let’s wrap up with this long cardigan. This one and the classic white t-shirt and jeans are a match. That’s the type of item that every woman should have, a pretty coat for casual everyday looks. Also, blue is a great colour. It’s associated with freedom and intuition; an inspiring colour to wear on a walk in the park watching the leaves fall…
Blue, pink, peach, lavender and mint are some of the most common pastel colours, which you will be seeing a lot this autumn. Get ready for the upcoming season and add a few of these to your wardrobe. Explore the latest fashion looks at Goddiva.
Written by Catarina Joele