Chunky knits are a supreme comfy cold weather staple and this knit dress style nails the cozy factor plus so much more.
If you’re looking for a knitted piece that takes the form of a roomy sweater dress, you are so in luck and there’s three of them! Rendered in solid colors that are high in wearability of black, brown and red, this knit sweater dress is quite the dream. It’s not just any sweater dress as it’s designed with the much-loved high neckline to keep you warm and in style, long sleeved and with thigh-high splits for a bit of a balance between hot and cold. This dress keeps you warm as it also makes sure you are not too toasty in it with the presence of the side slits.
The silhouette in particular stole my sight as it is a perfect dress to slip into and go on a cold and breezy night for supper with the squad or a special friend. You can wear it when you’re going somewhere chilly or if you’re down with some flu virus and feeling under the weather. Whatever the occasion is that calls you to put on this midi knit dress, the sight of you looking back from the mirror will reveal that you have just slayed the fashion game.
Enjoy looking through at these trendy knit dresses!
Black High Neck Sweater Knit Dress
Brown High Neck Sweater Knit Dress
Remember to grab them quick as the CNY 2018 slash Vday deals are happening at the moment on ZALORA Malaysia! Which knit dress would you love to wear? Share below – I’d love to know!
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