Women’s Knitwear For Autumn-Winter

That's going to be a dreaming Fall-Winter season, as we are about to show you women's knitwear clothing sets which will for sure warm up your body and update your overall look. You are about to see cable knit dresses, relaxed fit sweaters, modern silhouette ponchos, blazers, pullovers, jackets, long knitted cardigans, etc. We were intrigued by designers and brands delicate cuts, creative details, amazing designs and practicality. Every piece looks unique and creative. As you can see, models appear on the catwalk wearing timeless and contemporary outfits. We are one hundred percent sure, that all these garments will make you feel like you are at home, while wearing one of these creations. All in all, new season is about high quality, comfortable materials and feminine silhouettes.

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Long sweater with wolf's snout.

A cable military green sweater belted with a brown strap.

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That's a loose fit turtleneck.

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That's an impressive cable poncho

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A long cable buttoned cardigan.

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That's an impressive mustard scarf.

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These two are impressive sweater-dresses

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1970's Disco Diva.

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Rike Feurstein Show - Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2014/15

Rike Feurstein Show - Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2014/15

Rike Feurstein Show - Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2014/15

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SLAVA ZAITSEV For Ufa Knitwear LLC,TM "TRICARDO" : Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia S/S 2014

SLAVA ZAITSEV For Ufa Knitwear LLC,TM "TRICARDO" : Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia S/S 2014

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10 comments

  1. Wow! What a wonderful collection. There were only 1 or 2 that I wouldn’t wear. The butt ugly shoes……well, that’s another story.

  2. Wouldn’t wear 90% of these fashions and 90% of the models look like they need to be hospitalized and on an IV. Stop glorifying anorexia as fashionable!

    1. PJ why you are saying that 90 % is ugly? I love most of these looks. Okay, some girls are way too skinny, but others do not look anorexic, you are not right 🙂

  3. Interesting and up-to-date styles; why are the models instructed to look so haughty/aloof/sullen?
    Doesn’t look good. This is my first and only comment.

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