These 27 Buys Prove Arket, M&S and Uniqlo Have the Best Knitwear This Year

Strong knitwear is the crux of every good wardrobe, but finding the best styles is easier said than done. Firstly, you need to identify your budget. Then you need to choose whether you're looking for something classic or prefer a statement-making knit. Then—you need to find it—The One. The perfect jumper to see you right through till spring. If it sounds like a daunting task, that's because it is. But fret not, for we've made it easy for you. 

Best Knitwear From Arket, Marks & Spencer and Uniqlo: @thatsaleaf



Seeing as we've been keeping close watch at the knitwear goings on for the last few weeks, we know exactly where to find the best, most versatile options—and it just so happens to be on the high street. 

Marks & Spencer, Arket and Uniqlo are leading the knitwear charge with their respective offerings. Arket's currently exploring unique silhouettes in a tonal colour palette, while Marks & Spencer is serving up some of the most directional styles on offer alongside its trademark affordable cashmere. Similarly, Uniqlo has cashmere at prices that need to be seen to be believed, as well as all the layering essentials you need to see out the winter in toasty style. So, keep scrolling to see and shop the best knitwear from Arket, Marks & Spencer and Uniqlo.


This has been on our wish lists or far too long. 

The chicest take on pink knitwear we've seen. 

This will soon become your layering saviour. 

Wear this oversized knit with tailored trousers and courts for work. 

Pair this knit with ecru jeans and tan boots. 

Layer this V-neck jumper over a thin weave roll-neck for double insulation. 

Button details will help to subtly elevate your knitwear. 

Zip jumpers all all the rage this season. 

Clash this purple hue with rich shades of evergreen. 


This will look its best paired with blue denim and burgundy outerwear. 

Trust us, the puff sleeves are more dramatic in real life. 

Because every woman should have a grey roll-neck at her disposal. 

Sage hues look gorgeous set against every skin tone and hair colour. 

Orange is just as dramatic and significantly less festive looking than red knitwear. 


This hue will brighten up your daily ensembles. 

The way to make a sweatshirt feel luxe? Just add cashmere. 

Yellow looks its best paired with indigo denim and crisp white shirting. 

Tuck this knit into a tan suede skirt for maximum retro appeal. 

The ballerina knit is set to make a comeback this season—fake the look with this mock-wrap jumper. 

We always find ourselves gravitating towards ruffle necklines. 

Green knitwear is one of S/S 20's unlikely must-have. 

This will look so pretty layered over printed midi dresses. 

This post was originally published at an earlier time and has since been updated.

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