Knitted Co-Ords Are This Winter’s Trend, So Here’s How To Wear Them And Where To Buy Them

In case you’re really happy to embrace the fall season with an open heart and fully restock your wardrobe into knitwear, this one is for you. Despite the weather being relatively mild, I’m ready for woolens and especially happy for this rising knitwear trend that feels fresh, grown-up and very easy to pull off. My favorite already, are the knitted co-ords. It is considered more directional than a mere winter dress, but matchy and easy to throw on, so guess what I’ll be wearing all winter long?

These skit and jumper combinations look so sophisticated, yet they couldn’t be simpler to grab out of your wardrobe each morning. Just perfect for the lazy girl that I am. Right now, it’d be best to style them with bare legs and a long coat, and weather-appropriate footwear. This combination is perfect for the colder months since they look equally great under a gigantic piece of outerwear as well as with tights and boots. See how the most fashionable girls are wearing the knitted co-ord and where you can shop for them:


An extreme thigh split is considered classy? Well since it’s knitwear, nice one Irene.


Your pieces don’t have to exactly match, although it is nice to match in color to opt for that ultimate rich look.


The knitwear realm revolves, particularly, in the cream and brown hues.


And in case you’re worried that you can’t find your knitted co-ord on a budget, just ask Chloé, as she found hers at COS.


Also, Ellie’s soft-pink roll neck and tube skirt look so chic, plus, they’re from H&M.

See where you can shop knitwear co-ords:

Warehouse Checked Jumper (£46)

Warehouse Checked Knitted Pencil Skirt (£46)

Arket Cashmere Wrap Cardigan (£135)

Arket Cashmere Trousers (£125)

ASOS Design Jumper With Volume Sleeve (£28)

ASOS Design Ribbed Knit Skirt (£25)

Pringle of Scotland Argyle Panel Jumper (£895)

Pringle of Scotland Argyle Knitted Skirt (£950)

Mango Finer Knit Sweater (£36)

Mango Knit Wrap Skirt (£50)


You might also want to read: Here’s How To Look More French This Fall Without Breaking The Bank


Source: Whowhatwear