Gotta have it! Juicy citrus knits
Forget the fruit bowl, citrus is having a moment in the fashion world and is a dead cert for injecting a zing of colour into your winter wardrobe. Here are 9 knits we love.
Bella Freud’s iconic 1970 jumper comes in a range of colours and fabrics and we’re coveting this oversized merino wool number in zesty yellow – it looks chic styled with a turtleneck too.
Instantly elevate a simple t-shirt and jeans combo by chucking on this bold green oversized cardigan from COS – the school run never looked so stylish.
Sunglasses on! This traffic-stopping boxy fit jumper with cosy high neck, from & Other Stories, is your new favourite statement piece. Eco creds for using sustainable ECOVERO™ fibres too.
invest in the zest
An early entry for your 2022 Christmas list (better be a *very* good girl this year*) this 100% cashmere jumper by cult 90s London fashion house Clements Ribeiro channels vintage cricket styles with its V-neck and stripes.
packs a poncho
Super juicy with a rainbow trim, throw this orange poncho over pretty much any outfit and you’re good to go. Find it at Lymington-based Kempton Branson.
Nail the trend for less than your weekend cocktail bill (much less in my case) with this pastel yellow number from trusty H&M. Not a fruit fan? It also comes in cool mint green.
Prefer your knits a little more muted? How about this spicy orange lightweight alpaca blend knitted dress by DAY Birger et Mikkelsen? Find it online or instore at Winchester’s Sass and Edge boutique.
From cult fashion brand Kitri, this ribbed, boxy fit jumper in vibrant green will keep you cosy in style with its alpaca wool blend and mock neck.
Loose-fitting with extra long arms, this Van Kukil orange sweater is made from natural organic cashmere, a juicy number for work or weekending. Find it at Lymington’s Stanwells boutique.