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10 Women's Jumpers We're Loving For Winter

Author Editor - 6 minute read

Where would our winter wardrobes be without knitwear? Their soft textures, snug silhouettes and unrivalled cosiness makes women’s jumpers a non-negotiable from now until the end of the season - and by that, we mean March at the earliest.

While there’s a practical edge to knitwear, the rise of minimalist dressing saw elevated basics steal the show across the AW23 runways. With that in mind, there’s every chance the next knitted addition to your closet, whether a chunky turtleneck, Fairisle jumper or cosy sweater vest, will be your most-called upon staple - no pressure.

When it comes to choosing the best women’s jumpers, there’s a plethora to pick from, which is why we’ve compiled our top ten candidates to upgrade your jumper draw. So if you’ve vowed to keep your outfit game on point through frosty climes, keep scrolling for our edit of warm jumpers for women who never compromise on good style.

10 of the best women's jumpers for winter

1. The Fairisle Jumper
Jolee Fairisle Jumper

In the run-up to the holiday season, our woollens wishlist wouldn’t be complete without a fairisle jumper. With the temperature drop from autumn, women’s jumpers that play with colour make for easy outfitting, since their bold geometric prints and vibrant designs will add intrigue to pared-back essentials.

It may have the tropes of a Christmas jumper, but our Jolee Fairisle Jumper is too good to limit to one day’s wear. For an everyday ensemble, pair with your favourite denim, be it an on-trend maxi or wide leg jeans, and bring some festive joy into your weekly wardrobe.


2. The Snug Roll-Neck

Jayle Knit Jumper

 As the days get shorter, our necklines get higher. A snug roll-neck can always be trusted to keep you cosy from your chilly morning commute to after-dark get-togethers, either as a standalone piece or layered under a roomy jacket or coat, weather depending.

From party picks to everyday essentials, we’re making a statement in our latest collection with jewel tones, bold shapes, and lavish fabrics, and our Jayla Knit Jumper ticks all the boxes for women’s knitwear. In a rich shade that’s not just blue but infamous cerulean, this chunky sweater is essential daywear for dopamine-dressers.


3. The Cable Knit

Cable Knit Arm High Neck Jumper

 The classic cable knit in timeless shades will be a mainstay of your knitwear collection for seasons to come. With this understated style, interest is added in the form of a chunky, textured construction for a tactile finish, forgoing eye-catching embellishment in favour of timeless appeal. Case in point, our Cable Knit Arm High Neck Jumper concentrates its efforts on the deftly-crafted sleeves, but the clever design doesn’t end there. Taking a full coverage silhouette, feel the benefit when you step outside with its high neckline, extra warmth guaranteed.


4. The Half-Zip Jumper 

Janica Cotton Lurex Mix Half-Zip Jumper
A style which proved popular this autumn, men’s jumpers with a relaxed half-zip front have long been a staple in smart-casual edits, and women’s collections have quickly caught on. While we’ve adored the muted tones and clean aesthetic of the quiet luxury trend, introduce some seasonal sparkle with the metallic sheen of our Janica Cotton Lurex Mix Half-Zip Jumper, and shimmy your way through duller days. But for weekend outfitting at its best, women’s jumpers like our classic Vhari Half Knit Jumper deliver dress-down chic with nautical stripes, neutral colours, and a slouchy fit that’s low effort, high impact.



5. The Luxe Hoodie

Cable Knit Chevron Hoodie

 Where would fashion’s It-girls be without an oversized hoodie for off-duty days? Thrown on under a structured blazer or wide-shoulder coat, what was previously the reserve of athleisure wear is now an everyday staple, particularly when the weather demands your outfit be both stylish and sensible.

Enhance your everyday with the Cable Knit Chevron Hoodie, a pull-over style that’s easy to wear without losing its high-fashion regard. Despite its basic status, there’s nothing quite on par with an elevated hoodie or sweatshirt for women that opt for minimal styling with maximum effect, and this knitted number is equal measures of cool, cosy and comfy.


6. The Ribbed Turtleneck

Mari Knit Roll Neck Jumper

 With a weather shift, there often comes a wardrobe rethink, including if you’ve covered off the basics of winter dressing. From layer-friendly tees and tanks to a chill-beating coat, there are certain core pieces that are a must-have for building cold weather outfits.

In lighter fabrics, a roll-neck jumper is a layering hero, making it one of your hardest-working pieces. Whether in cobalt blue, cream or camel, our Mari Knit Roll Neck Jumper is a coveted soft staple, snugly fitting under tailored blazers as well as knitted vests and other V-necks. Looking for a style shortcut? Complete the look with its matching midi skirt and you’re good to go. 


7. The Sweater Vest


Sweater vests have been making the rounds on the fashion circuit for some years now, and that’s not changing for women’s knitwear highlights in AW23. Given their enduring appeal, it's worth opting for a neutral shade that will stay in-style so you can get the most out of your investment. With a crisp white shirt underneath, our Lily Mozart Knit Vest in classic cream is an essential piece for office outfitting, but its polished appearance will earn you entry to any late-night occasion. To secure an invite, simply style with statement accessories like our PU Mini Soft Handbag cut from on-trend red faux leather.


8. The Fluffy Jumper

Meena Fluffy Jumper

Fun, flirty, and of course, fluffy; our knit rotation has been longing for cooler days that justify an unashamedly fuzzy jumper. Proving the versatility of women’s knitwear which can be smartly sophisticated - we’re talking cashmere cardis and body-contouring dresses - let our Meena collection switch it up with playful colours and textures that are about personality.
We’re trading dopamine-dressing for candy-coloured pastels befitting the season, and our Meena Fluffy Boat Neck Jumper in soft lilac has us dreaming of a winter wonderland. It might seem a soft touch, but this one’s a hard-hitter in the style stakes.


9. The Colour Pop

Kessy Piping Jumper

The buildable nature of women’s jumpers makes them ideal for elevating outfits with a pop of colour. Plus, it’s also inherently understated, so even those new to the styling game can feel confident to try bolder shades without turning heads for the wrong reasons.

From Barbicore pink to now-trending red, AW23 collections haven’t been short of inspiration to break away from the muted palette that has dominated since the start of the year. With our Kessy Piping Jumpers in shades of fuchsia, red, and cream, we’re buying one in every colour.


10. The Party Look

Babysoft Diamante Embroidered Jumper

Think knits are just for day? Think again with our Babysoft Diamante Embroidered Jumper, the missing piece to your next evening ensemble. Subtly embellished with light-reflecting crystals, this streamline silhouette in all-over black does the job of a pretty blouse or silky cami without sacrificing staying stylish over keeping warm. For that tricky but all-too-familiar dress code of smart casual, pair with silk trousers or a slip skirt to achieve the perfect level of polished without looking tryhard. 


You’re never short of options when on the hunt for new knits to prep your wardrobe for winter. And what we love best? Women’s jumpers that slot with ease into your ongoing outfit rotation, serving practically chic outfits for all weathers. Delve into our latest women’s knitwear collection for staple styles to wear from home, to the office, to out-on-the-town, including knitted jumpers, cardigans, sweater dresses, and accessories

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