Ladies, knit dresses are a girls best friend for winter. Well they’re most certainly this girls best friend. But honestly, i can’t recommend them enough.
So easy to wear and cosy and warm. like you’ve just rolled yourself in your duvet and called it an outfit.
I picked this khaki number up in Primark last week and its just the easiest thing to throw on and go.
Because of the length and its actually quite thick( for Primark) i didn’t wear tights, just some nice thick socks and my gorgeous new Steve Madden Biker Boots from Cloggs (which i looovvee by the way, be prepared to see them a whole lot, they’re just perfect for going from dog walks to lunch to the school run!), meant i was toasty warm all day.
I was a little unsure about how clingy and figure hugging it would be on, which isn’t really my thing- too many lumps and bumps need hiding.
If you’re like me and like to hide a multitude of sins under your clothes (food babies, love handles, non-exercised limbs, you get the point) my advice regarding knit dresses is go for a chunky knit. The fine knit close fit dresses can be… well, clingy.
For me the chunkier knit the better the fit.
There are some fantastic options on the market this season, ranging in lengths and a plethora of gorgeous hues. I’m in love with this one, colour, shape and length look fantastic.
I’ve been doing some knit dress research:
Take a gander at some of the most wonderful knitted dresses on the market:
I styled mine the simplest but most effective way i knew: Biker jacket, simple jewellery and a dash of leopard print! My favourite!
Speaking of leopard print, these Awesome leopard print bags are now on sale in the store here. I think i’ve found the perfect size leopard print bag. Plenty big enough for all my crap i carry around each day but can also be an oversized clutch too for a night out.
Multifunctional bags are quite simply, the best. I have a real thing for nice handbags this year and this is going up there in my top 3!
How do you feel about knit dresses? Have you tried one yet this season?