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Big Knits not only for winter

OMG. It is officially almost spring! 3 days till March. But here in Manchester we are still at minus temperatures at night and days are cold and windy. I’ve mentioned that I’ve bought a few knit sweaters last weekend and I was concerned if I’ll get to wear them. You guessed right – I’m not anymore!

Oversized garmets are my wardrobe must haves. Would it be a sweater, jumper or jeans. Oversized sweaters are genius things: cosy, comfy and versatile. Perhaps that’s why designers aren’t letting go of them, be it winter, spring, summer or fall. Oversized knit sweaters have been seen in autumn/winter 2018 catwalks from Prada to Calvin Klein. So they are definitely here to stay (Yey!).

I like to wear my oversized knits with a skinny jeans or leggings. Depending on a sweater you can pull it off with a boyfriend or wide leg jeans but you need to be careful not to look like a balloon.

I also love oversized knit over a midi or maxi dress or a skirt. I think this might be my British spring look.

Oversized knit give you that off-duty, effortless finish, which I really like and probably this is how I would describe my look most of the times.

Another good thing about oversized knit is that you can wear it with so many different outfits and get your moneys worth out of it!

I like my oversized knits worn with heels too, it gives that girly finish to otherwise really cosy look. So here I’m wearing an oversized knit (which is actually size XL, my size is M) with patent leather leggings and cashmere socks in heels.

Knit Sweater, Coach, (sold out); Trousers, Zara, old (similar here); Socks, Brora Cashmere, £35, (buy here), Heels, old, (similar here); Large monogram envelope bag, Saint Laurent, £1625 (medium here); Sunglasses, Gucci, £475 (buy here).

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