2015 Fall/Winter Knitwear: Versatility Is the Word

If you are a knitwear lover (who isn’t?), this season you are in luck because you can wear your warm knits practically anytime, no matter what your personal style is. I have rounded up ten designer looks from the 2015 fall/winter collections that will take you from desk to bar keeping you warm and stylish at the same time. Get inspired, ladies!

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In terms of fashion, borrowing from the boys has always been a brilliant idea, and Michael Kors played this card pretty well by layering soft knits over masculine shirts and pairing them with wide-leg checkered pants. The mannish outfit is finished with a sensual touch, a fur stole with a belted end at the waist. Genius.

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Ralph Lauren proves that ultra-feminine knits look remarkable any time of the day, whether worn with fur accents and suede accessories, or showcased with dazzling sequins for extra pizzazz.

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Markus Lupfer nods to chic minimalism matching a soft knit sweater with a leather mini skirt. Day to night perfecto.

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Feeling the boho-chic vibe in this See by Chloe outfit in autumnal colors? Pair an oh so trendy knitted poncho with a plaid wool skirt and knee high boots. The fingerless mittens are optional, but can be added for extra playfulness.

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Who said special events required strictly LBDs? A soft, luxurious knitted sweater paired with tailored palazzo pants, glittery pointed-toe shoes and sophisticated jewelry will look just as interesting at a fall/winter event. J Crew’s idea of chic knitwear is right on point.

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There is nothing like a long, heavy poncho to create a little drama. Salvatore Ferragamo showcased intriguing knitted cover-ups layered over contrasting high-neck knitted dresses and paired the outfits with strappy sandals. Statue-esque perfection.

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This season knitwear goes grunge, too. When paired with a plaid shirt, sweatpants and cowboy boots even the coziest of sweaters looks a bit of a bad boy, as seen at Faith Connexion.

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Max Mara embraced glorious knits in neutral colors in its 2015 pre-fall collection. And the brand’s minimalist sweat dress matched with an oversized, knitted cardigan and layered with a shearling jacket is the epitome of cozy-cool. Accessorize with military boots and a funky knit beanie for a youthful weekend look.

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Tibi paired a slouchy, chunky knitted sweater with ladylike wool culottes and furry flats. This is just that kind of outfit that demands compliments on chilly days. You’ve been warned.

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Reminiscent of Parisian elegance, here is how to wear your knits in a Gavroche-meets-lady style. Layer a long cashmere dress under a wool coat and team it with a matching fedora, brogues and socks. A glimpse of originality from Ryan Roche. Browse through Zynni Cashmere’s fall/winter collection and find your favorite separates for every occasion! Expect addiction.