Novelty Knitwear

novelty knitwear

Having recently spent the best past of a month careering around town for the SS13 press days, I almost forgot that Winter’s barely even started yet! Plus here in London, Spring doesn’t really arrive until about July… If it makes an appearence at all, so we’ve still got plenty of time to covet, buy and get our money’s worth out of novelty knitwear. As someone who wears bedsocks and sleeps with a hot water bottle from September, I’m a pretty big fan of knitwear full stop. But wooly wonders that keep you warm and make you LOL? That’s nothing short of genius. Like most fashion obsessives, I’m more than mildly obsessed with Markus Lupfer’s tongue-in-check embellished sweaters. Over the past couple of seasons the high street has also churned out tons of playful and non-bank breaking versions so that anyone and everyone can have fun with their knits. A couple of years ago I picked up a red Christmas jumper at Zara that I’ve worn time and time again and you’ve no doubt seen crop up in my look du jour posts on numerous occasions. Much as I adore that jolly red number, I fear it might disintegrate if I don’t stop wearing non stop so I’m currently in the market for a new novelty knit. Here are a few of my current faves…

1) Banjo and Matilda Toucan Cashmere Sweater, £285, click here to buy
2) Burberry Prorsum Owl Intarsia Casmere Sweater, £895, click here to buy
3) French Connection Sequin Pug Sweater, £72, click here to buy
4) Chinti and Parker Reindeer Cashmere Sweater, £350, click here to buy
5) Markus Lupfer OMG! Bubbler Sweater, £265, click here to buy
6) Miss Selfridge Duck Jumper, £37, click here to buy

Which novelty knit would YOU pick?

Love Ella. X

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