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With the last of the summer sun firmly in our rear view mirrors, AW19 is officially upon us and that can only mean one thing: indulging in a cosy collection of quality knitwear that makes the drop in temperature feel a little less, well, uninspiring.

Not only is a great knit the foundation of any stylish Autumn outfit - think oversized jumpers with satin slip skirts and cosy cable knits, best paired with denim - but it's a practical approach for curving the cold weather to come.

Whatever your style, seek comfort in our selection of need-to-know knits for the season ahead. 


Shop: Moder Knit Cardigan 

As essential as autumn knits go, the edge to edge cardigan is a must. Relaxed and versatile, it offers extra warmth without stepping on the toes of your style. 

Slip on over jeans and a simple cotton t-shirt at the weekend, or drape over a dress at evening events as the chill sets in.


Taking Breton stripes to new heights is our new favourite crew neck knit, featuring a grooved design for a pretty point of difference. 

Tuck neatly into wide leg jeans for a waist-minimising look that leaves your top half to do the talking, finishing with a classic pair of Chelsea boots for added edge. 

Shop: Bresle Knit Stripe Jumper


Shop: Moselle Knit Roll Neck Jumper

Ah, the humble roll neck. Ever the right amount of cosy and chic, its classic high neck silhouette can be paired with pretty much everything in your wardrobe.

Try yours layered over a midi skirt with chunky ankle boots for the ultimate style-without-effort ensemble; we're opting for this blush pleated piece for a bold injection of femininity. 


Shop: Rhine Knit High Neck Rib Jumper

Classic in design, this heavier weight ribbed jumper is certain to last in your wardrobe for years to come. Featuring a cosy high neck, long sleeves and a thick ribbed knit, it's a tried-and-true triple threat for AW19 and beyond.

Reach for its warmth this season and the next and pair with everything from trusted skinny jeans to smart skirts and trousers.

Autumn, do your worst...

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