Following the autumn innovations and favorites, the first winter models came to fashion brands’ stores and wardrobes. The world of fashion is now dominated by favorite fashion classics and basic models for the winter season, as well as new fashion trends that will color and warm our look for the coldest days. It is among the classics and new trends for cold days knitting.
In addition to the variety of models starting from stylish knitting classics and ending with eye-catching trend models, knitting also brings countless different combinations. We will wear the knit, which is the hottest part of our winter uniform, anytime, anywhere, and with all other items in our wardrobe. Dolcevita fits perfectly with classic work trousers, while brightly colored sweaters will find their perfect match in denim. What is the common point of not only the most desirable but also the most comfortable knitting models this season? Big cuts!
Oversized knitting is created for cold days
Types of knitting vary from wool, cashmere, chenille material, wide ribbed knit, accent knit and rib knit, but the rule – the bigger the better, it definitely applies this season.
The great thing about oversized braids is the security and warmth it provides, and it can also look very stylish in any situation. For example, with a silk or pleated skirt and a higher heel for a dose of femininity, with classic cut shirts and trousers for workdays and jeans for the casual casual variant, there is no way to wear an oversized knit without looking bad.
In addition to neutral colors such as beige, white, black and gray, this season we will also wear oversized knits in shades of brown, pastel shades of blue, green and pink, and the most luxurious shades of red. Whether you choose a dolcevita, cardigan or sweater, be sure to knit a piece of oversized knit in the closet and enjoy it in the cold season.
We have listed thirty great models below from the luxurious oversized knit offer in current collections.
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