You're Going to Want a Jumper Right Now—These 24 Feel Especially Cool

Now that the weather has caught up with the current season (and then some), I only have one thing on my mind. Can you guess what it is? While knitwear wasn’t always an exciting product category to browse, now, that couldn’t be further from the truth—particularly this winter, when each retailer seems to have poured even more energy into its woolly offering. And just as well—after a sudden temperature drop and a storm that took out the olive tree I’ve been painstakingly growing for five years, I think it’s high time we put jumpers in the style spotlight, not only to look stylish in but also to help us reach peak toasty vibes. 

Winter Jumpers for Women: @_jessicaskye wears a striped jumper from Totême



Jessica Skye wears a striped jumper from Totême.

With endless shopping possibilities now at our fingertips, you might consider finding the best winter jumpers a challenge–one, if your to-do list is anything like mine, you don’t have time for. Handy, then, that tracking down the most noteworthy pieces in the fashion sphere is what I do best. So before you even think about hitting that purchase button, you’ll first want to check out my edit of the best winter jumpers for women. There's a mix of elevated basics, trend-led designs and classic weaves that never date. Keep scrolling to discover which soft, comfy, and luxurious knits have impressed me this season. 


This jumper has been ever so popular this winter, so we had to tell you about its latest restock. 

A great colour and a great neckline—what more could you ask for? 

I keep seeing two-tone jumpers cropping up by the coolest brands. 

An excellent example of bold intarsia knitwear. 

You’ll be hard-pressed to find something this slouchy knit won’t go with. 

Jumpers with matching scarves are trending right now. 

This is so beautiful and considered. The step-hem is a simple addition that makes a big difference to the overall shape, too. 

This is fun without being overdone or too trend-led. 

A classic cable-knit is a purchase I personally never regret making. 

This? From the high street? Even I almost don’t believe it. 

Is there anything cooler than recycled cashmere? I’ll wait. 

This knit looks so much more expensive than it is. 

Orange knitwear is a key trend for winter 2021. 

I have this knit in beige, and I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t tempted to snap up the cream, too. 

Leopard print is always a good idea, but it’s hard to come by in knitwear form. 

I honestly can’t stop thinking about this bow-back jumper. 

There’s just something about ruffled jumpers I find hard to resist. 

True to form, Jacquemus has convinced me I need more colour in my wardrobe. Just wow. 

An optical illusion in a jumper? The outfit upgrade I never knew I needed. 

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