We're all familiar with the French obsession with denim and ballet pumps, and the Italian fixation on standout trends like leopard print and feathers. However, there's one thing we Brits know better than anyone else, and that's good knitwear. When you consider the fact that we spend 90% of the year bundled up underneath a jumper, it's little wonder must-have knits are snapped up almost instantly. From Ganni's cult Julliard pullover to Mango's open-weave wonder, many a key knit have passed me by over the years. So when I saw a particular & Other Stories jumper begin to gain momentum, I knew I couldn't make the same mistake again…
I first clocked the knit seen on We the People Style’s Jessie Bush. The rust-hued mohair jumper—complete with contrasting varsity-inspired stripes—looked so luxe that I assumed it had to be designer. However, as you’ve likely guessed, it was actually from & Other Stories.
The price tag (coupled with the fact that it’s utterly gorgeous) meant, as expected, it didn’t stick around for long. But as luck would have it, it keeps being restocked. I recommend investing in it immediately, though, as you never know when the latest reissue might be the last.
Clearly taking note of the demand for this knit, it’s no accident & Other Stories has now added more varsity jumpers to its knitwear roster. Black, red, tan or pink—whatever your style, there’s one guaranteed to slip into your wardrobe with ease.
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Keep scrolling to shop the best of the rest of & Other Stories’ varsity jumpers…
Wear this with a burgundy cord skirt to make the hue of the chevron stand out.
Metallic jumpers are the perfect party-season cover-up.
This will look preppy-chic with white kick-flare jeans and loafers.
For all you minimalists out there.
Up the retro vibes of this knit by pairing with wide-leg strides.
Layer a bright roll-neck under this jumper for extra warmth.
The stripe placement on this jumper will flatter fuller busts.
Use this fine knit to give pleated skirts an off-duty spin.
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