PHOTO: Carlyle Routh
Shake off your “I have nothing to wear” slump and slip into one of these imaginative knit looks that’ll make you feel cozy and comfy while still getting you noticed.
Producer & Styling Julia McEwen
Photography Carlyle Routh
Hair & Makeup Olivia Colacci/Oribe/
Model Amiira Aujnarain/Elite Models
Shot on Location at the Drake Devonshire in Wellington, Ontario.
Thanks to the chic interpretations of the cable knit seen on runways, there are many iterations this season. We like the fisherman weave on sweater dresses with a high neckline.
Looking to refresh your work wardrobe? Look no further than a sleek pencil skirt. The formfitting style is made extra comfortable when constructed in a tight-knit wool.
If you crave coziness but don’t want to sacrifice style, a long wool-knit coat (that’s intended to be worn indoors) teamed with a cocoon-shaped mockneck sweater is your ticket.
Block it to me
Colour blocking is back in fashion’s favour. Keep this look chalet chic by pairing the tunic with oxblood leggings and pink-tinged booties, tying both back to the sweater.
Slip into winter
A slipdress is unassuming, but it’s one of the hardest-working pieces in your wardrobe. Paired with a
cashmere hoodie, it anchors your look and lends a polished contrast.
The key to finding a maxi dress that’s perfect for winter is choosing a weighty knit style that’s not too long—no one wants to see dreaded salt stains on your hem.
Is pink and red the new black and white? Probably not, but the strong contrast doesn’t
go unnoticed—and that’s why we love it.
Cold weather is a great time to inject some boudoir elements into your wardrobe because they feel comfortable yet look chic.
The right big scarf can make you feel so cozy that you think you’re still snug in your bed. If not for sartorial reasons, wear it to ward off the windchill.