by Mik Hyldebrandt
Leading the fall and winter season is knitwear because it is, you know, sweater weather! It is both a wardrobe classic and staple, and an easy item to both follow a trend and manifest your style with. Following years of understated Nordic style, knitwear now makes more of a statement whether it is playing with texture, patterns, or print.
Robust and Ribbed
The texture of the knit is chunkier, so it sits heavier and looks more robust and substantial on the body.
Zara Sweater with Broken Stripes, $60
Abercrombie Shaker Crewneck Sweater, $78
Inspired by the colors of the season the slightly oversized look wraps you in warmth and coziness.
American Rag Native Cardigan, $412
Gap Oversize Wool Sweater, $70
A relaxed fit and elements from sportswear gives you a nice silhouette and nicely updates a conventional cardigan.
H&M Hooded Sweater, $35
Crew Lambswool Fair Isle hoodie, $128
Print and Plush
Print treatments either as graphics or patterns create a fashionable contrast and the felted treatment of the knit generates a genuine luxe fashion feel.
Mango Man Intarsia Draw Sweater, $70
TopMan Gray Brushed Texture Sweater, $70