Newsflash: cosy jumpers have whipped their sleekest revival. Now, whether you buy them cropped, long and laid-back, they semaphore simple and classic polish. And you don’t need to stick to the conventional silhouettes – induce a hint of subtle hues teamed with brights to champion seamless comfort and practicality (both highly coveted on a shopper’s list), and the perfect buy will offer both.
Opt for the cosy jumper: this versatile all-in-one staple is your swiftest route to practical chic. As seen on the autumn/winter 2020 catwalks, ease is the perfect way to make a statement, leaning towards a proof in timeless dressing.
This season, there’s a jumper for everybody. Marni’s macro bold-striped take oversized shapes cater a flattering, relaxed fit, while Bottega Veneta’s latest knitwear numbers deliver a wear-anywhere off-duty mood. Look to Etro for vibrant dramatics, Maison Margiela for the softest pastels and Givenchy for the smartest neutrals aboard. If you’re on a pursuit for amplified sophistication, consider pairing layers in matching hues.
The note says: effortless, fuss-free, sophisticated. Got it? Shop Man in Town’s edit of the jumpers bound to galvanise your spring wardrobe in just a heartbeat.
BLUE AND RED JUMPER IN MACRO STRIPES, £289, AT YOOX.COM
TWISTED DETAILED KNIT JUMPER, £2,898, AT FARFETCH.COM
PANELLED CUTOUT ROLL NECK JUMPER, £1,365, AT FARFETCH.COM
ELBOW PATCH SWEATHER, £335, AT MAISONMARGIELA.COM
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KNITTED JUMPER IN MONOTONE, £334, AT YOOX.COM
SILK AND CASHMERE CREWNECK JUMPER, £690, AT ETRO.COM
BUTTON DETAIL JUMPER, £850, AT FARFETCH.COM
GUNTHER SWEATHER, £145, AT WOODWOOD.COM
Cover photo: Photography by Chris Davies, styling by Jo Levi and grooming by Tina Elliott
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