Whatever your taste and whatever the weather, our newest knits cater to needs both sartorial and seasonal. To that end we've put together the definitive list of the key knits to wear now and for the season ahead. 

In the Carlton jumper a chunky textural weave meets a stylishly spirited shade of Cobalt blue. Sartorially flexible, the Carlton jumper is ideal for pairing with all manner of wardrobe staples.

This season it's not only jumpers which are wonderfully woven, knitted polo shirts are the ideal compromise between a t-shirt and jumper. The Shadow polo knit can be layered underneath a shirt or cardigan on chilly days or alternatively let the piece take centre stage on more temperate days.

Shot through with flashes of fluorescent thread, the Joe jumper expertly treads the sartorial line between subtle and statement-making. Our tip for wearing this style? Pair with white jeans and white lace pumps.

A robust take on the classic fisherman style, the Nerve ribbed jumper takes inspiration from the winter's most voguish hue, ox blood. However, the piece's slightly lighter than usual colour makes it sartorially relevant for SS14. When wearing the Nerve jumper keep the hue of your trousers light to ensure that your ensemble is appropriately sprightly for the sunnier months.

The Elm jumper in rose is one of our key styles for the season ahead thanks to its endless versatility and covetable hue. Wear now layered over a shirt or t-shirt, alternatively wear alone with tailored shorts further into the year.