As the mornings get chillier and the nights get longer, all we want to do is curl up in some luxuriously soft knitwear. We’ve searched high and low to find our top ten knitwear pieces we think you should rock this chilly season.
This soft and sweet pink turtle neck by Elle & Riley is made of 100 percent ethical OEKO-TEX certified cashmere. A classic and simple wardrobe staple, featuring a ribbed mock neck, side splits and a boxy shaped fit through the body.
Yin and Yang were called in especially for this balanced jumper by Aniela Parys. Made from a blend of mohair and alpaca, this statement piece is selling out fast!
Made in New Zealand, support local in style with Donkey Knit’s beautiful range of comfy knits. They’re so soft, you’ll never want to take them off.
Building stunning layered looks is at the very core of the Taylor ethos, so every style has a thoughtful purpose. The Shadow Sweater is no exception, knitted in divine a mohair baby wool blend, the luxurious longline shape is destined to fit right into any wardrobe. This versatile sweater has a stunning high round neckline, slimline sleeve and side button closures for easy day-to-day customisable options.
The U Crop Crop Jersey from Lela Jacobs is made from a beautiful possum, silk and merino blend in New Zealand. This knit is fabricated in smokey grey wool and features a ribbed knit at its edge.
Made in Auckland from 100 percent merino wool, Jimmy D stands out from the rest with its exciting fabrics and prints each season. For this unique unisex jumper, Jimmy D teamed up with artist Daniel John Corbett Sanders who painted a large eel motif.
Made in New Zealand and available in many colourways, Standard Issue are top of the food chain for locally made knitwear! They have a massive collection of knitwear and also have stunning collaborations with local designers. This yellow number is made of 100 percent merino yarn, is zero-waste and has a care for life promise.