At first glance our Laurent jumper looks better suited to the winter months, but this cute intarsia knit with its quirky zig zags is light enough for right now. In warm oatmeal and soft cream, pop your shirt collar out over the top for a neat and natty look.
Despite enjoying the odd ray of sunshine this week, we're still feeling the chill. To combat those spring goosebumps, we've turned to knitwear, or more specifically, spring knitwear with light gauges, open weaves and summery shades to warm us up when the sun decides to hide. The Laurent knit.
The perfect knit for flashing some summer skin, the Darcy is an open weave, lattice-effect jumper. Slightly oversized and slouchy, we love the criss-cross back and peek-a-boo sheerness, making it our flirtiest knit of the season.
The Lawrence jumper is a classic cable knit with a twist. Its versatile stone shade makes it a no hassle throw-on while the stylish blend of weaves tap into this season's trend for texture. Again, pop those collars for a preppy take on the classic cable.
You can always count on a shot of pink to perk-up your day. This overdyed rose jumper with un-dyed seams has a unique jersey-effect. It's so soft and light it's perfect for popping on when the sun goes behind the clouds.