Spring is a while away yet and cosy knits and coats will be winter wardrobe staples for the next few months. Through working with Pure Collection, I have been lucky enough to have been gifted several of their gorgeous knits and have built up a collection of styles and colours to take me through to Spring.
New in my Winter wardrobe staples
My most recent additions are a bright pop of blue in a dipped back sweater and a luxurious red cashmere cardigan. The blue sweater is a mixture of wool, viscose and cashmere. Pure have just added some gorgeous new colours, so it is now available in 9 colours in sizes from 8-20.
The red cardigan is 100% cashmere with a split back detail and can be dressed up or down. I’ve worn it with a dress as well as with my cosy loungewear over the Christmas holidays.
Good news, the cardigan is also in the sale with 25% off and is available in a neutral marble as well.
Below I have selected a range of sale knits and coats and there are some really good bargains to be had in great winter wardrobe staples.
Flute sleeve cashmere cardigan, this feminine style will dress up any outfit from jeans to a dress. Also available in Black and Ivory with 40% off.
Top Row – Add some colour that will take you through to Spring in these relaxed fit stripe sweaters with 25% off.
Bottom Row – Ribbed trim polo sweater (the same as my Chartreuse sweater) in all sizes in grey and navy with 30% off.
Soft cowl cashmere poncho in red – perfect for brightening up winter days and it has 40% off.
Funnel neck cashmere blend coat in ivory, available in sizes 14-20 has 25% off
Luxury Alpaca blend coat in silver, also available in sizes 14-20 has 25% off
Easy double faced coat, available in Soft blue and French navy, in sizes 8-14 have 25% off.
If you are concerned about caring for your knits and cashmere, I want to reassure you that it isn’t difficult at all. I wash all of my cashmere pieces in the washing machine on the cold hand wash setting. I do use a gentle fabric wash – look for Fairy or Woolite or use Pure’s own Cashmere Wash – then lay them flat to dry. Press them with the wool setting on your iron and use a damp cloth. They will bobble over the first few washes but just remove the bobbles gently with a cashmere comb. Finally store them flat and use cedar balls to ward off moths. For that little bit of extra attention, I think cashmere can’t be beaten for warmth and cosiness in the winter months.