01 Jun, 2023
5 Knitwear Trends to Try This Season
Read and shop our top knitwear trends to try this season
#1 Furry Cardi Party
Tactile and timeless; a fuzzy wool cardigan will add distinctive tactile impact and intrigue to all your wintertime looks providing rich textures that beg to be touched.
Try layering under outerwear to create the illusion of a waistcoat, and don’t be scared to go up a size to embrace a cosy, slouchy appeal.
#2 Notable Neutrals
Neutral tones form the base of any well-edited wardrobe. They embody an enduring appeal, pairing with almost every other shade in your wardrobe, with an endless versatility and timeless attitude. Look to classic cuts and thinner layering weight fabrics to provide temperature controlled flexibility when faced with the Australian everpresent “four seasons in one day.
Right now, everybody is wearing wide-leg tailored pants–try tucking POL’s Nucleus Henley or Toorallie’s Merino Turtleneck or Merino Crew into figure flattering wide-leg pants.
#3 Knit Dresses
For a foolproof one-and-done outfit, ensure you invest in a knit dress. Whether you opt for a second-skin ribbed Merino option or a chunkier-wool, turtleneck style, look to size up for a comfier fit and an insouciant attitude.
When the weather cools down, wear yours with knee high boots and a faux leather trench.
#4 Colour Blocked
In a season traditionally associated with neutral tones and monochrome shades, brightly hued colour-block sweaters are a welcome burst of invigoration for your cold weather rotation.
Mia Fratino’s Tessa Mock Neck in Watermelon/Aperol is the epitome of dopamine dressing. Leave yours loose over a leather or pleather skirt or straight-leg pants.
#5 Spaced Out
If you’re looking to incorporate colour into your wardrobe without overdoing it, gradient space-dyed knits are your solution. Space-dyed knits use yarn with multiple colours to create a softer blend of colours within a design.
POL’s Muster Ribbed Ombre Knit looks amazing tucked loosely into navy joggers, and worn under an oversized teddy coat.