11th September 2017
Summer is rapidly disappearing over the horizon and there’s a distinct chill to be detected in the air. We can always hope for an Indian summer but it’s definitely best to be prepared for great British unpredictable weather. The key to coping with the changes in the season are light layers. Pile them on, peel them off. Easy. Now you just need to choose the right ones.
In seasonal colours, with a flattering neckline and gently curved hem this is a jumper that will prove its worth time and time again over the season and beyond. We recommend pairing this women’s layering piece with the Lucie shirt for a stylish solution to dipping temperatures.
This warm, textured knit jumper has a lot going for it; a soft, slouchy funnel neck, flared sleeves and a flattering dropped hem to the back. We predict you’ll be reaching for this jumper a lot over the coming months.
A poncho style jumper is easy to wear yet always looks good. We’re a big fan of this one with a ribbed roll neck and front seam detail. Your new go-to jumper? Could well be.
With an asymmetrical hanky hem for detail and in a soft cable knit, this poncho is not only warm but it’s eye-catching and stylish too. A perfect layer for heading outside or when huddling up on the sofa is the order of the day.
No women’s layering guide would be complete without some trusty, warm scarves. We are rather proud of our scarf collection this season and we’re confident there’s a style to suit everyone. Our favourites right now include:
We’ve sized-up the traditional oblong shape scarf to create a contemporary classic. A warm wardrobe essential.
Everyone needs a classic scarf to add colour to a coat and keep away draughts. This one is a true Joules classic.
Another neat, classic shaped scarf. With a warm feel, textured for interest and in colours that will match back beautifully to any winter wardrobe.
Soft, incredibly warm, oversized and beautifully textured. And that’s not to mention the jewel-inspired colours. Wear it once and you’ll see why we love it so much.
Comment below with your favourite light knit style.