Statement Knitwear

I’m sure just like me, many of you were driving yourselves insane trying to scoop either one of the Zara  £70 floral embroidered jumpers that landed last autumn?!

My sister and I were religiously checking the Zara website but every time our hearts just sank a little bit more when we read ‘coming soon’. However, we’re not ones to be defeated when it comes to securing a fashion item. My sister managed to scoop this floral embroidered jumper from New look for a cheeky £35!

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Embroidery is usually quite an expensive part of fashion as it is so beautifully intricate. However, I think floral embroidery is something you wear all the time regardless of the fashion status updates because embroidery is timeless and can instantly make the most simplest of outfits look like gold dust. Like this look.

I chose to wear the top with some ripped hem jeans from Zara for a more vibrant feel and my black loafers from Primark. Embroidery can make your look more mature but I used frayed hems and loafers to create a bookish yet Gucci chić style. To transition your look from winter to spring, you could team your floral jumper by wearing a longline white shirt underneath, skinny jeans and loafers which will give you a Dolce & Gabbana street style luxe finish.

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Floral knitwear is a great way to update your knitwear, during this time of year when we are ready to embrace spring fashion but still need to be warm! They also help add a pop of colour and introduce patterns to your wardrobe which can easily be worn for work.

My advice: Don’t buy cheap looking embroidery, buy bigger  embroidered prints as they will be brighter and more detailed. You can however, find floral embroidered bargains but it just requires a lot of searching and patience but it’s not impossible.

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