The Jeans Edit – Part Two – Spring Knitwear

The Jeans Edit – Part Two – Spring Knitwear

Don’t you just love the fact that you no longer have to wear a coat, and can pull on a bit of Spring Knitwear instead!

Can I actually say that Spring is finally here? Don’t know if you are like me and spend your mornings checking how the weather forecast is going to pan out for the rest of the week. Particularly the weekend? Only to be pleased when you see the whole sun symbol to then discover on Friday that it has turned into one big black cloud. 

Well, I do that. I also think about what I am going to wear way ahead of time. For example, if I was going to a wedding in June, by March I would have it sorted. Which on one hand is a good thing because it saves the headache of rushing around last minute only to purchase something that doesn’t quite fit, or a bad thing because you subsequently see another ten outfits during the months leading up to said event!

Yeah well anyway, I digress. I recently decided to challenge myself to come up with three outfits from one pair of jeans. The first outfit I did was all about that Leather Jacket I purchased from a lovely Vintage Shop in London. This one is all about Spring Knitwear, and how to dress it up slightly.

Knitwear

I paired this Shein Jumper with the Previous Dorothy Perkins Jumpers and a Pair of Kurt Geiger Heels.

Of course, this Jumper would also look great two with a pair of White Jeans and Pumps.

I don’t think you have to keep your knitwear for daywear, especially if you add it to maybe a long pleated skirt, or the grey trousers I wore in This Post

You could even wear it with your favourite tulle dress, adding a Sex and the City Vibe to it. I mean if its good enough for Carrie Bradshaw…

Knitwear 1

 

Photography By: Amie Thomas @photographybylxa

 

Knitwear 3

So hold onto packing it all away just yet, as you never know if the forecast is having you on!

 

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