Ob-Session of the day | the knitwear, a trend to get threaded into!

on November 2, 2019 by Giulia Fucile Leave your thoughts

Give the right style (and weight!) to your look. Short as a crop top or in XXL format, the classic grandma’s sweater (well maybe not exactly that one!) takes the place of the mini dress, preparing itself to come out of the trunk and claim its redemption.

Naked, ribbed, with pearls, embroidery or alive with elaborate tricot intertwines, the pullover will embrace and warm our days, finally making even the coldest ones merry. And if we told you that they can even be terribly sexy…believe us, because worn in the maxi version and combined with cuissards, the knitwear is truly a bomb of style and femininity.

But let’s not lose the “thread” of the discussion and we’ll continue to talk about and discover this extra soft trend! On the catwalks, you’d be right, we’ve seen decisively manifold but now we’ve got to that fateful moment where it’s our job to choose, combine and overcome that common moment of “hmm…it seemed different”. How? Don’t be scared, there’s loads of advice for you coming up. Let the story (and the plot) begin!

The knit dress, we’ll start here. Long, very long, short, very short: regardless of (medium and otherwise) size, fashion elevates this new trend of dress transforming comfy into chic. A must-have garment, sophisticated, versatile, perfect with various accessory changes from morning till evening. High neck, crew neck but also deep V, extra and decorated sleeves for more particular looks, refined in earth colours or subtle in super delicate pastel tones, basic in grey and black versions for an office look or to be combined with a jacket…the knit dress, like the long and sophisticated 16R one, will save us from the typical “but what am I going to wear today?”. In general, pair the knitwear dress with cowboy boots or sneakers if it’s long, perfect in a 70s style with full-length boots if it’s mini.

Sweet knitwear, sweet trend. The high-necked sweater returns more than ever as the champion of our wardrobe, coming from the oblivion zone to front row of most-worn of the season. A true passepartout that has made fashion history, loved by essentialists, favoured by intellectuals, flaunted by celebrities in the glamest ways. Like a status symbol it represents in its pure simplicity an innate elegance, just like the one enclosed in the minimal lines of Ellementi or in the warm and refined workings of Valentina L Fontana. Super high and from true fashion addicts is the neck of the Ssheena knit while a more folk taste pulls the thread of the Tak.ori jumper.

Another must-have, another knitwear. The Circus Hotel cardigan is the ideal solution for those in search of a timeless piece but one reinterpreted with new style and personality.

Colour, it really seems to be another word that weaves into our trend. From florescent tones to those more natural ones, from colour blocks to graphic patterns or more vintage, from the pastel range to the sobriety of neutrals, there are endless colours and knitwear! Yellow from Asciari Milano, tenuous nuances from February First who prefers light blue, ironic and delicious the pink version by Mansur Gavriel with lots of cloud print.

The waistline rises, the knit shortens! From divas to fashion bloggers, from the catwalks to street style, crop tops appear to entwine into every look. Romantic with flared midi skirts, jaunty with mini skirts (best if in denim or tartan print), ideal with Beverly Hills style jeans or tailored trousers, the cropped jumper is a piece that you really can’t refrain to flaunt. Have a look at the one signed by February First, an explosion of threads and creativity, or the sparkling version of 16R.

They’re XXL, the most in-vogue sweater sleeves of this cold season. Exaggerated, maxi, puffed, pleats yes, pleats no and…the more sleeve the better! Have a peek at the Diletta Cancellato collection and let yourselves be inspired by her knitwear.

Complete your look with knitted accessories: choose hats by Flapper and render your outfit unique!

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