New-season knits: the key jumper trends to buy right now

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  • Practical and stylish, there’s so much to love about a good jumper, and we certainly don’t need a reason to invest in another. Or three.

    They might not be the most exciting piece you ever buy, but worn with jeans at the weekend, with a leather A-line skirt in the office or over a satin slip dress for after-work cocktails, they certainly make the case for versatility.

    Here at Marie Claire HQ we count ourselves knitwear aficionados so have sorted through the piles of roll necks, cropped knits and cashmere V-necks to find all the best pieces, whatever your budget. And we’ve even got some expert styling tips on how to wear them too.

    For autumn/winter 18, if you’re unsure about how to bring your knitwear up to date, take your cue from the catwalk. At Victoria Beckham, they were puff-sleeved and oversized, worn over leopard print skirts and wool trousers.

    At Alexander McQueen, they were sporty and cropped, paired with prim pleated skirts, whilst at Pringles of Scotland, they were cosy and high-necked, an ode to British heritage in Fairisle and checked prints.

    For a more fun and colourful approach though, House of Holland and Natasha Zinko are all for colourful stripes and neon colour-blocking.

    Whichever style you’re after to update your current wardrobe, we’re pretty sure you’ll find it here. Click through to see, and shop them all, form our favourite high-street finds to designer investment pieces.

    Cropped jumpers

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    Oversized jumpers

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    V neck jumpers

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    Cashmere jumpers

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    Roll neck jumpers

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    Striped jumpers

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    Whether you’re after a feminine mohair knit which you can wear with a silk maxi skirt, a roll-neck worn with a corduroy suit or a sportier cable knit worn with jeans, we think we’ve covered all your knitwear needs.

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