The Twist Knot Jumper With Velvet Boots

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The Twist Knot Jumper With Velvet Boots

Happy Wednesday everyone! I hope you enjoyed your weekend and have had a great start to the week so far. It was finally a bit warmer on the weekend! I’m living in hope now that Spring is finally on its way as the clocks have gone forward, the evenings are longer, the flowers are out, I’ve even seen some blossom! So, with that in mind, I thought it was time to do something a little more warmer weather appropriate, but still transitional and cosy.

This Twist Knot Jumper was chosen from Wearall and I think it’s really unique and fun! I’ve always been into interesting knitwear pieces and do enjoy asymmetrical styles as well as slightly cropped at the front, and this one combines everything into one! It’s ideal for hiding any muffin top with high rise jeans as it’s longer on the sides, but it’s perfect for showing off your belt, like my Gucci GG Belt I have on here, due to the twist at the front. It’s also flattering as it’s off the shoulder and can be worn completely off one side if preferred, so I like how versatile it is. I kept it easy and styled it with my Citizens of Humanity Rocket Crop Jeans in Black and then added a big pop of colour with these Steve Madden Velvet Boots that I had been eyeing for ages.

I’m actually now on the lookout for a classic, cable style knitted jumper in cream or white that’s slightly slouchy as I love that look with jeans, so if anyone knows of any, please do let me know! I’ve literally looked everywhere and it’s made even more difficult by the fact that I’m allergic to wool and mohair so it would need to be cotton or acrylic really. In the meantime though, I’m definitely loving this one and how it just makes a simple outfit that much more interesting due to the design. What do you think of the outfit? Comment and let me know xx.

What I Was Wearing:
Jumper – Wearall
Jeans – Citizens of Humanity
Belt – Gucci
Boots – Steve Madden



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