Let’s be honest, this is typically a uniform for golfers, and yet the argyle knit has landed firmly in our Autumn-Winter collection. It’s a patterned that has had it’s highs and lows in fashion, but it’s one that’s now all over the highstreet for AW19.
These trendy knits can be a great way to add a pop of colour to your office look under a blazer or team with denim jeans and some wellies for a little more of relaxed country-feel weekend look.
I wouldn’t go to nuts in investing in lots of pieces, just one or possible two pieces will do nicely for your Autumn-Winter look.
None other than Victoria Beckham’s AW19 Collection!
HOW TO STYLE IT
What I love most about fashion is how one minute you see it on the runway and then it’s straight into street style – showcasing here that you can have a lot of fun with this print
All photos are from Pinterest
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Here’s what I’ve seen both on the high street and online!
Exclusive to ASOS – I absolutely love the design of this jumper, the colourways are quite safe and this would be idea for work
Marks and Spencer have gone big with cashmere, but they do have some of the best cashmere on the highstreet, I absolutely still love my black polo neck three years on! This colour way is a rich Mulberry Mix and I think it’s super stylish, one I would save for lunching out at weekends, especially for that Sunday roast in the pub!
Up next with Oliver Bonas, you are hitting three trends with this one jumper! Camel, puff sleeves and argyle – tick, tick & tick!
And if you fancy a bit of pink and red… a bit like mine, then FarFetch have a few, in fact they have quite a large collection of Argyle knits for Autumn-Winter 2019, in many colourways.
WHAT I WORE
Red Zara Trousers as previously featured on Double Duty
Limited Edition red, pink and cream Argyle knit tank top – Designed by Lizzi Richardson, knitted by 2019 1st Prize Winner of Hand Knitting at Bucks County Show (my Mum! Thank you xx)
All photos of Lizzi Richardson have been taken by Sarah Rider