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guide Knitwear essentials

Just in time to fully embrace the colder weather of the autumn and winter seasons, ARKET introduces a guide to four perfected knitwear silhouettes that are classic go-to pieces adaptable to any wardrobe and style. 

01 The crew-neck jumper


Unquestionably tasteful and easy to wear, a crew-neck jumper is a timeless staple. This mid-weight version is made from a melange yarn that adds a casual look to the design, which pairs well with jeans or tailored trousers.

02 The shawl-collar jumper


The versatility of the shawl-collar jumper is perhaps what makes it such a classic. The shawl-like neckline works effortlessly layered over anything – both casual and formal looks. A popular style in utility wear for its relaxed ease, a shawl-collar jumper usually looks best with a relaxed fit, which allows for it to be layered comfortably. 

03 The half-zip jumper


A half-zip gives a sporty feel to any jumper, making it a versatile piece ideal for blending the worlds of smart and casual. Cut with a regular fit and made from a blend of raw wool and cotton, this version has a slightly dry feel to the touch that will soften and gain character with age. 

04 The chunky roll-neck


Designed with a relaxed silhouette and a flattering straight fit, this chunkier knit is a simple way of putting almost any look together. The warming and elegant feel of the roll-neck makes it easy to mix with dressed-up looks during harsher months, but this is also a casual piece for everyday wear

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