Jumper Look book.

A little while ago I wrote a post called ‘Sweater Weather‘, which I still love and pretty much sums up why a look book of jumpers is befitting to me. I absolutely love my jumpers to death and as they are all I will be wearing through the rest of winter, I thought it would be nice to share my favourites.

I’ve had this jumper for a few years (and I’m ignoring the fact it shows and may soon need replacing). Possibly the most useful jumper anyone could own is a basic cream or white wool. They’re in fashion every single year and suit everyone.

This one was a Christmas present. It’s the only hooded jumper I own, as I’ve always preferred the sweater cut. But, I think this one fits me really well and I love that it’s cropped because it fits in with most of my wardrobe.

These two are my greatest loves. My favourite jumpers are the ones with the slightly ugly patterns – that’s probably not the best way to describe them, but I mean the “vintage” ones that would have been considered for nerds I guess. Mine are from Harper Lewis and I 100% recommend them if you like this style. Even though I’ve worn and washed them many, many times they are still absolutely perfect.

I’m quite excited to hit publish on this post as it’s something a little different! My aim for a while has been to be more conscientious of what I’m buying and how I want to look, so I’d probably quite like to make a few more posts like this – this has been fun – is that something you would like to see?

2 thoughts on “Jumper Look book.

  1. Hey Hannah, I’m just checking up if you’re open for collabs with your blog? If so, then I’d love to hear from you! As I couldn’t find any contact info on your blog, it would be great if you could email me directly at emily@blogerize.com and then I could tell you more! Thanks πŸ™‚

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