Where has this year gone? In the blink of an eye, Christmas is almost upon us and the cold weather is snapping at our heels. What’s needed right now, as the weather plays tricks on us, is a chunky knitted wool jumper. Now we’re not saying you need to go grab some knitting needles and get creative, although you may be surprised to hear that Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe are both dab hands when it comes to slipping stitches!
No, we’re advocating you channel your inner Paul Newman and pick yourself up a winter warmer that stands up to the rigours while holding its own against the test of time. This little selection proves some items are timeless and always on-trend.
Acne Studios – £340.00
This stylish and chunky polo-neck jumper from Acne comes in their typically structured fit. We absolutely love the burnt rusty colour, or oil yellow if you like.
Edmund Hillary Collection – £250.00
We’re really liking the Edmund Hillary Collection and this cable knit roll neck number based on a style from that worn by Edmund and co as they scaled the dizzy heights of Everest in 1953.
YouMustCreate – £160.00
This seamless 100% lambswool jumper from YMC is a thing of rusty coloured beauty. With a lovely shape, crew neck and raglan sleeves, it’s a keeper.
Wolsey – £150.00
Another lambswool piece from the pioneering menswear brand Wolsey, who’ve been producing quality gear since 1755! Get on this two-tone crew neck sweater and look the part this autumn.
The Idle Man – £108.00
Another that draws inspiration from British mountaineers from a bygone era, is this of the moment seventies chunky jumper. Perfection. Just be careful with that red wine.
Arket – £89.00
Under the H&M umbrella, Arket churns out simplicity and quality in equal doses. There are loads to admire like this knitted jersey in a blend of soft wool and yak wool, that comes in the colour of the moment.
COS – £79.00
We love COS and we also love this loose-fitting chunky knit that’s also available in a lovely brown, orange and yellow mix. Get them both we say.
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