Cosy and Delicious the Pink Jumper

10.31.2013


Style Theory: Winter warmer = a autumn/winter 'must have' and this season it has got to be a jumper and it has got to be PINK...

It is official, pink is in. Pink jumpers are fabulously flattering, they illuminate the complexion and are a super versatile item in your wardrobe. It is worth trying on a few different shades to find your perfect colour match, there are so many options out there to suit everyone. It looks as though pink is going to be hot news in Spring summer 14 so you are safe in the knowledge you will get a couple of seasons wear out of your purchase!

Here are some streetstyle looks for inspiration:

I love the bobble detail and cute white shirt underneath

Pair your pink jumper with a pair of leather/leather look skinnies and last seasons wine colour..it works..

Understated cool

Fabulous, oversized, soft pink jumper

Pair with your skinny jeans cut at ankle length.

Pink and red..you can clash and look fabulous.

Pink working with last years wine colour and fab leopard Vans style trainers

Add a pop of colour to a trench

Super slouchy

And now for my favourite high street finds:

I am a big fan of Jigsaw's knitwear at the moment they seem to have the fabric and cuts just perfect. The jumpers are pricey but as soon as you put them on all is forgiven as they hang so perfectly and feel luxurious.
Jigsaw Cashmere Raglan Jumper £149

A beautiful pale pink, cashmere jumper in a casual sweater style, purely luxurious but it would be a main player in your capsule wardrobe. Maybe one for the extra special Christmas list...?

Jigsaw Lambswool Blend Dropped Hem Jumper £89

The colour of the jumper in the photo is not a true representation of the true, beautiful, rick dark lilac/ pink colour. It is beautiful, I have tried it on, it is oversized and hangs beautifully, looks equally good by itself or with a denim shirt underneath.

Boden:
Boden Merino Crew Jumper £59

A beautiful vibrant colour, Boden knitwear tends to fit well, true to size and washes well. This is a great basic for your wardrobe.

Topshop have a plethora of pink jumpers to choose from and here are my favourites:
Topshop Knitted Angora Fluffy Jumper £40


A fabulous bubblegum pink colour, although beware... extremely fluffy and malts so avoid with black jeans.

Topshop Knitted Fine Gauge Top £35


A gorgeous basic, this jumper would look fab with a camouflage/army green jacket thrown over the top or add a statement necklace (with turquoise stones) for impact on a night out.
Topshop Mixed Stitch Jumper £36

A fabulous slouchy bright pink jumper, sling on over a pair of skinnies and wait for the compliments, it such a rich colour it will suit all skintones.

River Island:

River Island Angora Cocoon Jumper £50


This River Island jumper is a fab tone and shape.

H&M:
H&M Fine Knit Jumper £14.99
A very basic and affordable light pink jumper from H&M

Zara:

Zara Boat Neck Sweater £12.99

A beautiful fine knit chalk pink sweater, perfect for tucking into midi skirts or high waisted pencil skirts, beware of the very pale pink as if you are pale like me this will wash out your complexion. To avoid this colour draining you add a darker tonal pink scarf (think purply pink more than orangey pink) or a sparkly necklace to add radiance and sparkle.

Primark:


It is always worth popping into Primark they have a range of fab pink jumpers starting from £7.

And here are a few of my pink looks:

Scarf: Primark
jumper: River Island
pink shirt: Gap
straight jeans: Gap
Trainers: New Balance

Coat: M&S
Navy Jumper: H&M
Jeans: Gap
Trainers: New Balance

Neon Pink jumper: H&M
Trench: Topshop
Jeans: Gap
Leopard Belt: Primark
Leopard Shoes: Nine West
Pink Coat: M&S
Pink Jumper: Primark (£7!)
Black Jeans: Oasis
Ballet pumps: Russell and Bromley

Are you jumping on the pink jumper wagon? Next time a bit of sparkle with some beautiful embellished jumpers.. x








3 comments:

  1. You look fabulous in pink!! Wish I could wear it as well as you but it is way out of my comfort zone!! Would love to get some more colour in my wardrobe but will have to start small with some pink scarfage me-thinks!!

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    1. Thanks Michelle, I am sure you would look amazing in pink a scarf is definitely the way forward as then you can mix it in with gorgeous greys, khakis etc. thanks so much for reading xxx

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