Knitwear Trends For pre-Fall 2015
It wouldn't be fall without knitwear, that's why I want to share with you knitwear trends to follow this pre-fall 2015 season. Many designer brands revealed so many interesting takes on knits, starting from pretty and cozy accessories to matching separates, long dresses and trousers. In other words saying, I see a fresh spin that makes every piece look individual.
Antonio Marras keeps it slouchy and relaxed. In love with abstract pattern.
We have already seen amazing sweaters (here is the link) for women and now it's time to see other trendy styles to wear from chilly mornings to freezing evenings. Personally, I felt in love with those matching two-piece looks in neutral shades. As you can see, thin-knitwear creations ideally flatter the wearer's body, but, if figure-huggers are not your favorites, there are plenty of other beautiful ideas to try, like chunky knit creations in ethnic finishes, eye-catching patterns and 1960's vibes. One of the massive trends for this season is called all-over knits (wearing it from head-to-toe): elongated sweaters, knit skirts, dresses or trousers. The overall look is feminine and relaxed. The capes and ponchos are still in. They are ideal for being wrapped. I am totally in with modern silhouettes in unconventional shapes that look statement and unique. All in all, I think it's better to look through this compilation and choose your favorites.
Knitted coat from Burberry Prorsum is a real must-have for those ladies who like to wear athletic inspired looks.
There is kind of medieval touch in this creation from Co.
We see retro inspired Damir Doma overalls.
If you want to try on something sweet and vintage-inspired, then I recommend you to have a look at this Damir Doma light grey dress.
Long-sleeve A-line dress from Emporio Armani looks simple and versatile.
Fendi is here with matching separates.
If you do like matching separates, then try on Joseph look that consists of a slouchy pullover with elongated sleeves and patch pocket styled with ankle-length skirt.
A totally cable-knit look. We see a heavy scarf, matching sweater and cool sweatpants in heavy knit.
Vibrant look is here. We see Joseph creation that comes in athletic silhouette.
Dark navy colored beanie and matching sweater.
How about some nomad touches? In love with this Kenzo shawl poncho.
High neck sleeveless top from Maiyet.
Mohair coat from Marissa Webb looks retro inspired.
Max Mara sweater-dress looks bright thanks to the abstract (I would say psychedelic) print.
Missoni is here with vibrant neon blue V-neck vest.
We see slouchy, dark blue hooded top from Piazza Sempioni.
Another great matching separates look, this time it's from Proenza Schouler in rich blue colors.
Plaid print top and skirt from Sacai Luck.
Sacai Luck grey-green knitted separates.
How about wearing exaggerated silhouette looks? That's another great look from Suno.
Short sleeve burgundy V-neck top from Tomas Maier can be worn with anything you want, starting from skirts to jeans and dresses.
Wide and high neck purple sweater from Tomas Maier looks extravagant.
TSE fringed black-white top.
Loose-fit creation from Veronique Branquinho.