Timeless knits for Women

11th January 2017

Christmas is a distant memory, the New Year is well underway and the resolutions have also been well and truly forgotten. One thing that hasn’t changed though is the weather. It’s still chilly, cold and damp – and that means one thing when it comes to your wardrobe, knits, knits and knits.

female modelng peach jumper in fruit and veg market

We’ve selected our very own ‘fantastic four’ so that you can steal a march when it comes to timeless knits that feel as at they look.

In a classic yet contemporary shape that is both great to layer and to wear on its own – this knitted wool mix jumper is versatile style at its best. The scoop neck gives it relaxed feel whilst the side panels and vents to the hem ensure that detail hasn’t been overlooked. Wear over a shirt for an off duty look.

joules selection of colourful v neck jumpers

This stylish wool mix jumper has different stripes to the front and back and also contrast tipping to the cuffs to really lift it out of the ordinary. It’s nautically-inspired but won’t look out of place even if you’re completely land-locked. In a relaxed fit that makes it easy to wear and style.

joules block navy striped jumper

A funnel neck, turtleneck, roll neck… call it what you will, this is a style you need this season. A perfect layer for the cold months of the year, this stylish knit will help you see off a chill without losing your cool. Perfect to layer over all of your favourite shirts and tops, and in a choice of seasonal shades too. With a touch of wool for extra softness.

joules cream roll neck jumper modelled by female

Crafted from an incredibly soft acrylic yarn that’s been made to wash and wear exceptionally well, this is a piece of knitwear with a difference. The generous roll neck makes it a perfect layer for the chillier months of the year and the ribbed hem and cuffs add detail (you’ll love when the sleeves are popping out from underneath your jacket).

joules selection of coloured roll neck jumpers

Which knit is your favourite style?

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