My favourite jumpers from the High Street {Wardrobe Edit}

Oh hello there. Are you all getting into the festive spirit? I am so excited.

And so for my penultimate fashion post of 2018 I give you my favourite jumpers from the High Street. There are some really lovely colour shades and shapes around this year. I could literally shop for jumpers all day long, albeit a little excessive but oh so cosy. A little post that I always look out for from other fashion bloggers. This year I thought I would put my own together.

If like me you are the queen of cosy then this is the post to read. This has been one of the most asked question on my stories lately. Perhaps because its become my default outfit *inserts smiley face*. I always find myself picking out a few jumpers at this time of the year and so I thought I would share my favourites. Mainly because I just love that cosy feeling but also because they’re my favourite of all time and I wanted to share them with you.

It is safe to say that H&M features heavily in this post. After testing out many jumpers over the years these are definitely the ones I am wearing the most. All from the High Street, reasonably priced, all wash well and always a great fit. And so here you are, my latest Wardrobe Edit – Jumpers…

The festive jumper…

This has to be my favourite purchase so far from all the jumpers I have picked up lately. Each year I find myself looking for a festive jumper, and rightly or wrongly I am always put off by the ridiculous reindeer prints. I want something that I can wear for the duration of the winter months. I give you the fairaisle print of dreams. Grey, black and white – pretty much pairs with most items in my wardrobe. This has a natural oversized fit, a little shorter in length than most jumpers so definitely one to try on. And due to the fit I would size down. £12.99 – sold out online but they do have them in stores.

The roll neck…

Ooh I do love this one. I have worn it with my leather trousers and adore the colour combination. Listed as a dark red marl, personally I would call it a plum. Its a gorgeous shade and the perfect length for wearing with jeans. I actually have the light grey on my Christmas wish list, hopefully Santa received it in time. It’s a relaxed fit, here I am wearing a small and love the boyfriend style fit. I am looking forward to styling it with a dress or midi skirt. And with not being too chunky it adds a layer that doesn’t leave you sweltering. £24.99.

The crew neck…

The classic H&M crew neck that comes in many many colourways and one that continues to be released every year. Always a favourite in my wardrobe and at only £17.99 you simply cannot grumble. Last year I went for a pale grey and this year this gorgeous beige colour which I cannot wait to style with a leopard print skirt. This jumper washes so well and lends itself to many outfit. I’m wearing a small as they are a relaxed fit.

The jumper to wear over dresses…

A must if like me you love to wear dresses and midi skirt as part of your winter wardrobe. Black is so neutral and fits with all my maxi dresses. I love to style dresses this way. Toughing up an otherwise feminine dress, perfect for the winter months. This jumper is so cosy, with a gorgeous velvety feel. I definitely feel as snug as a bug in a rug when wearing it. £19.99.

A Cream Jumper… 

With having white hair I have shied away from this colour jumper in the past however in recent weeks I have worn this jumper so much more than in 2017 when I actually added it to my shopping basket. I have finally figured out that if I pair it with a print and often a hat the balance is restored. And dare I say this is a new favourite outfit. Worn the day after my Christmas party with tired eyes and sore feet. All the cosy feels. This jumper is from Next (last year) – you can find an alternative here.

So that’s my jumper Wardrobe Edit for 2018. I hope you enjoyed coming along with me and have all the cosy feels. And for more knitwear do check out my Style Loves page.

Share:

Leave a Reply

Your e-mail address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.


Looking for Something?