Ummmm…can we just talk about how dark and windy it is outside for a sec?! Autumn is clearly here to stay- no Indian summers in sight *siiiiigh*
Because of this, lately I’ve been eyeing up every knitwear and jumper piece that I see. My knitwear shelf is struggling to stay up by the sheer weight of all the long sleeved items weighing it down. But I refuse to be cold this autumn. Nothing makes me feel better than being bundled up in a nice jumper or sweater in the autumn. I’m sure you don’t want to be cold either so I’m here to help.
In collaboration with Biscuit Clothing, a lovely Edinburgh-based shop, I’ve put together three looks featuring my fave knitwear and jumper picks for this season. Also! If you’re a lover of coats head over to Charlotte’s blog where she has put together a post on her fave coats & jackets from Biscuit.
But first…let’s get inspired. With each sweater I’ve also put together a mini moodboard collage of things I would wear with them (who doesn’t love a collage?!)
A bit of magic
First up is something a little bit Halloweeny and magical- this awesome abracadabra jumper from Chinti & Parker that’s giving me total Winnie Sanderson vibes. I think the cat loves it as much as I do. I wore mine out the other day with a few basics but you can dress this up easily, like with some velvet trousers or the star print bomber above! Oh, and also, it’s the softest knit you’ll ever find.
Shop the knit here →
Next up is something to spice up an everyday outfit with- this beautiful mohair knit from Des Petits Hauts. It has a sparkling gold collar and gold threading running through the body, so it literally sparkles as you walk 😍✨<<
aired mine with some darker jeans to show it off but I would also wear it with a navy coat, like the one above. You can also see the coat in green featured on Charlotte’s blog here.<<
op the knit here →
For those lazy days
Last up is something for those lazy, relaxed weekends. Biscuit have these awesome sweatshirts with the names of different parts of Edinburgh on them, like Stockbridge, Marchmont etc. They’re like nicer versions of uni sweatshirts IMO. They also had some fun Fringe sweatshirts during the summer and I’m sure they’ll bring them back next year. It’s so much more fun with more personalised jumpers like this instead of wearing a typical grey one.
Find the range here →
You can shop Biscuit’s Clothing online at www.biscuit.clothing. Find them on Facebook here and on Instagram at @biscuitclothing.
They also have two shops in Edinburgh:
132 Bruntsfield Place, open Monday – Saturday 10am-6.00pm Sunday 12pm-5pm
22 Thistle Street, open Monday – Saturday 10am-6.00pm (Thursdays – 7pm) Sunday 12pm-5pm