Fashion Battle: Kooky knits
Fashion Battle: Kooky knitsDeceivingly sunny days prove problematic when getting dressed and throw up all manner of questions, for instance, sunglasses or no sunglasses? Do you pack a brolly just in case? Is two layers enough? And so on it goes.
But while out and about on the street you've looked every bit prepared with your suitable layers, winter shoes and oversized bags - perfect for popping a brolly into.
But when things get seriously chilly, there’s only one thing for it: knitwear! We love a good piece of knitwear, whether it’s a snazzy cashmere masterpiece or a faded, holey hand me down, we don’t discriminate!
Check out the rest of our October Street Style for a load more transitional dressing inspiration, but right now we’re talking knitwear.
Vote for your favourite street style look at the bottom of this page, or tweet it to us @sofeminineuk
Look One: Slouchy chic
Who knew maxi skirts were autumn appropriate? Sophie from Leeds is certainly rocking this cool look with a punch.
We love the split sides that keep this look feeling fresh and miles away from dowdy.
The neutral slate hues totally work and we think her giant bag from Morocco is perfect for this time of year.
Look Two: Prim 'n proper
Boy oh boy are we in love with this look. The oxblood knit wear, the double collar, the bowler hat: we think it’s divine!
Gemma originally hails from Shetland, so she’s already got one up on us at dressing for the cold, but she does it so well!
We love the fact she’s clearly a pro at layering, a denim shirt, cable knit jumper and a coat - it’s safe to say she’s dressed for all eventualities. We bet she’s got a sneaky umbrella in that bag too!
Look Three: Shabby chic
Stina from Estonia looks every bit the autumnal babe! Her low key dip dye, knitted bag and comfy shoes are the perfect getup for a wander around the shops when taking shelter from the frosty weather.
To top it off, she’s head to toe in vintage - style kudos aplenty!
So which of these well hatted fashionistas are you lovin' most?
But who wins in the knitwear stakes?
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