Spring may be in the distance, but we're still wanting to cling on to our knitwear while the weather is unpredictable. After all, for those times where you have to venture outside (whether it's for work or social event), it's your knitwear choices that can actually elevate your outfits to new heights.
We're accustomed to designer jumpers becoming all round It buys (yes, we're thinking of that Ganni knit), but what if we were to tell you the high street has made great sweaters of their own? We're talking the Zara sweater everyone is already wearing, the Mango knit in everyone's favourite hue and the many cool cardigans now taking centre stage.
Whether it's a jumper-and-jeans combo you wear on repeat or the sweater that was made for layering with a slip skirt and ankle boots, the high street has a plethora of options to choose from. Luckily, we've narrowed down from the thousands out there to an editor-approved rainbow of 24 jumpers you can buy now and wear year after year.
Style Notes: If Alexis hasn't just persuaded you into a bright-yellow Weekday jumper, we don't know what will.
Style Notes: We've also been thinking about revisiting the "ugly" jumper trend everyone is wearing.
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So strong with off-white jeans.
We couldn't believe it's under £30 either.
It's the colour everyone is wearing with tan and cream.
The Breton just had a new season update.
Go bright or go home.
Okay, it's admittedly a bit pricier, but the detail is everything.
Try out the neon trend.
Very nerdy-chic with cords.
Their knitwear always sells out fast.
Wear it over spring dresses once it's warmer.
We're enjoying the weird fruity pattern here.
It'll bring some sunshine into your life no matter the weather.
Granted it's slightly more expensive, but it's worth the extra cash.
Tiger print is a must for spring.
Team with leather trousers and white ankle boots.
Short sleeves work perfectly for spring.
Just look at that split-sleeve detail.
The perfect companion to jeans.
Tuck it into your trousers.
Clashing stripes get our vote.