STYLING KNITWEAR WITH STUDIO

styling knitwear

It’s that time of year when knitwear is now essential and I for one am very happy about it! I love knitwear and enjoy styling it in lots of different ways. So for this months Studio post, I wanted to share a couple of their knitwear pieces and show you how I’ve styled them along with other items from Studio. Knitwear can be really versatile so I want to show you that you don’t have to just throw a jumper on with jeans every single day, there are so many other ways that you can wear your cosy knits.

First up, I picked out this really cool zebra print jumper. I love the pattern, I’m a sucker for anything animal print, let’s be honest! And the fact that this jumper is monochrome makes it very easy to dress up for an evening out.

I have worn this with my straight leg jeans and black high top Converse, I think that this is an outfit that works really well and is super casual for days at home, school runs etc.

Chunky knit zebra print jumper – £10

Here I’m wearing it styled for date night, or evening drinks with friends. Pleather, faux leather and wet look fabrics are everywhere this season so I couldn’t resist this wet look mini skirt. Unlike a lot of faux leathers, this fabric is really stretchy and comfortable to wear. It could also quite easily be dressed down with thicker tights and trainers for a day time look.

Coated mini skirt – £13

These boots I am completely obsessed with. They have a block heel which isn’t too high so they are really easy and comfortable to walk in, and the zip detail on the front adds a quirky edge to them.

Block heel ankle boots with ring pull – £20

For those cold winter evenings out when you’re not brave enough to go without a coat, this velvet bomber jacket is ideal. It keep you really warm and cosy, yet the velvet fabric makes it look much smarter than your average coat.

To finish off this outfit, I went for this black mock croc circle bag with gold buckle detail. This is currently reduced to just £9 which I think is an absolute bargain as it looks and feels much more expensive than that.

Velvet padded bomber jacket – £25, Mock croc circle bag – £9

Next up I wanted to style a simple black jumper to show you again how versatile knitwear can be. This jumper has a lovely fluffy texture so is very cosy and perfect for this time of year. As well as black it is also available in light pink, hot pink, blue and oxblood and is priced at just £10.

Black fluffy jumper – £10

I decided to style the jumper with a satin snake print midi skirt. I’ve been wanting a skirt like this for ages and found that this one fits my curves really well. I have a small waist and wider hips so I like that the cut of this skirt really helps to accentuate my shape.

Satin snake print midi skirt – £10

I dressed this outfit down here with my Converse for a more casual look, but it would also look great with the zip detail boots I mentioned above. Throw on a leather jacket too and you’ve got yourself a great day to night outfit.

Again, I finished off this look with my mock croc circle bag which has been getting a lot of use since it arrived. It’s the perfect size for day or night and is really easy to style with many different outfits. I also like the unusual handle which makes it that bit different.

Black mock croc circle bag – £9

I hope that this post has shown you just how versatile knitwear can be and how it can be styled for both day and night. I hope you’ve also seen some of the amazing items that Studio currently have on offer, make sure you head over to their website to see more.

Which of these outfits was your favourite? Leave me a comment and let me know.

Thank you for reading.

*Disclaimer – This is a sponsored post in collaboration with Studio.co.uk*

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