However, now that the new season is officially upon us, the floaty dresses we've been sporting for the last few months are no match for the plummeting temperatures. Which is why we're turning our attention to jumper dresses. Once upon a time, they were shapeless and scruffy-looking, but autumn/winter 2020 has seen the off-duty staple receive a serious gloss-over. So it's not a case of should we be wearing them, but how should we be wearing them now?
From timeless hues to versions that make your summer staples last even longer, we're taking cues from these five impeccably turned-out women on how to style a jumper dress now. Keep scrolling, and you too will be tempted to join the jumper dress club.
Brown Roll Neck + Beige Boots
Brown knitted dresses are everywhere right now, but this classic look stands out from the crowd thanks to its clever twist on tonal dressing. We're adding these boots to our Christmas wishlist, stat.
Style Notes: Selecting a jumper dress that includes a print or pattern is an instant way to ensure your outfit feels unique. Pair alongside understated wardrobe staples such as black ankle boots and beige outerwear to emulate the timeless look that Camille Charrière created.
Style Notes: A mini-length jumper dress might not be the most practical item in your closet once the temperatures drop. Though, styling the piece alongside knee-high boots à la Jeanne Damas will ensure you stay warm.
Style Notes: One guaranteed way to refresh your existing wardrobe staples is to experiment with layers. Take style inspiration from Ada Oguntodu and try layering a shorter jumper dress over a maxi skirt to create an entirely new look.
Style Notes: Neutral tones make perfect wardrobe staples, and as The Style Idealist proves, beige jumper dresses will be on high rotation this winter. Pair alongside ankle boots, heels or flats and finish with your favourite coat for a simple seasonal outfit formula.