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December 8, 2015

Falling For Knits

Falling For Knits

Falling For Knits
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www.styledumonde.com
www.vogue.com

As much as we adore summer, we cannot help but loving Fall fashion even more. Now that sweater weather has arrived, what better way to celebrate the crisp fall days than dressing in a slouchy and chic knit dress we all crave so much during little breaks in our busy Fall schedules. This season, knit dresses were created and styled in a myriad of new ways that will compliment and work wonders with your current wardrobe.

Think chunky and oversized when it comes to a basic knit dress. The lightness and creaminess of the softest yarns in chunky knits seen at Adeam and Stella McCartney provide us with the ultimate comfort fit. As for something more sleek and refined, a dress with a plunged neckline and loose silhouette at Chloé shows both grace and elegance with a hint of sexiness. The same effortlessness could be applied to evening dressing with the help of lurex yarns which add a luxe, metallic shine to their appearance. Additionally, while Edun teamed a boxy and shimmery turtleneck piece with a pair of opaque tights and thigh-high leather boots for a 70s vibe, Alexander Wang mixed textured knits with metal zipper details and beanies to amp up the edginess.

Falling For Knits
courtesy of
www.vogue.com
www.vogue.com
www.whowhatwear.com

An easy way to elevate your knit dress is to wear accessories over the dress for an elegant yet unexpected touch. Treat the delicate knitwear as your second skin and wear your statement necklace over your turtleneck and your watch over your sleeves. When the temperature drops, shield yourself with a tailored coat to set off polished, refined look.

Falling For Knits
courtesy of
www.alexanderwang.com
www.styledumonde.com
 
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