Welcome to the knit crowd! We’ve seriously upped our knitwear game this season, and we’re packed full of roll necks, sweater vests and cable jumpers that feel just like a hug. Take a look at our favourite styles you need in your wardrobe now.Shop knitwear
This season, next season and every season a cable knit has a place in our wardrobes. A heavier style of knit, the chunky cable jumper will work well alone or layered over dresses for a modern vibe. Make a statement with oversized designs and colour pop tones.Shop all Cable Knit Jumpers
The new cool girl knit, a sweater vest will be your new go-to this season. It works well alone paired with a knitted midi, and even better layered over a crisp white shirt. This sleeveless jumper style also looks great over a long sleeve turtleneck with jeans.Shop all Sleeveless Jumpers
Whether it’s a cardigan or jumper, try going longline this season. This comfy knit is a winter essential, perfect worn oversized for work or weekends. Try yours layered over a tee with your favourite denim.Shop all Longline Cardigans
Give winter a warm welcome with a stylish roll neck. Endlessly versatile, chunky styles will work well with trousers and skirts while thin knits look good layered over your favourite dress. Choose pastel tones or classic striped styles to really brighten up gloomy days.Shop all roll neck jumpers
It’s time to woo in a crew. Invade the season with our collection of punchy colour pop crews, offering a warm but lightweight design. This knit is great to wear with layers, so try yours over a crisp white shirt with the collar and tail on show.Shop all crew neck jumpers
A cold weather classic, the Fair Isle knit is delightfully nostalgic and will bring a touch of festivity to any outfit. We’ve got a collection bursting with bold patterns, colours and seriously soft fabrics. Tuck yours into skirt for a stylish play on festive fashion.Shop Fairisle & Patterned Jumpers
Christmas is in, so you know the drill. It’s time to sleigh a Christmas jumper. From the funny to the festive, fluffy to the fabulous, we’ve got a seriously good collection sure to raise a smile. What’s even better, we’ve got matching festive jumpers for the whole family, so get everyone involved.Shop Christmas Jumpers
Store all your knitwear folded up on shelves or in drawers, hanging them up will ruin the shape.
Avoid a moth massacre by storing knits with bags of dried lavender or cedar balls.
Make sure all your jumpers are clean and stain-free when you put them away; they’ll attract moth larvae if not.
Follow the washing guidelines on the label. It sounds simple, but even washing at a slightly higher temperature can ruin your favourite jumper.
Don’t be tempted to cut corners by throwing your knits in the tumble dryer, there’s nothing worse than realising all your winter woollies have shrunk. Just re-shape them while they’re damp, dry them on a flat surface and be patient.
If your knitwear starts to bobble you can use a regular razor to remove pilling and keep it in tip-top condition for longer.
This is a form of goats wool but feels super soft and is the most luxurious material for knitwear. Cashmere is beautiful but needs to be handled carefully and hand washed.
Typically from sheep and goats, wool looks beautiful and is great for warmth in the colder months.
Easier to take care of and will retain its shape better than some other materials but it does retain water so maybe not the best choice if it’s raining outside!
Man-made and typically lighter than some thick wool garments.
Our knitwear teams top tips on how to care for your knitwear:
Knitwear is best kept folded in boxes or drawers, this will stop the garment from growing and becoming misshapen over time. Lyndsey says: ‘Hanging knitwear can cause jumpers to grow over time, turning jumpers into dresses!’
Bobbling or Pilling:
This occurs over time, and it caused by two pieces of fabric rubbing together or during the washing process. You can remove bobbles easily with an electric bobble remover, it leaves the fabric smooth and looking newer for longer.
Wash knitwear regularly. Washing in a machine at 30 degrees and under is fine, always wash coloured items separately and always follow the washing instructions carefully.
Try not to hang your knitwear when drying it as this can cause it to lose its shape, instead allow it to dry flat in a cool dry place. Stay away from the tumble dryer as this can cause knitwear to shrink.
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