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Fashionista NOW: Summer Knits ~ The Knit Top Trend

Knit pieces aren’t often considered summer-friendly but we’re about to break that narrow perception. There’s that appeal of bringing the unexpected into the sunnier part of the month.

Now you must think this is insanity as no one would even think of wearing thick knits in the sweltering heat. Well, of course! No one’s arguing on that point. But to shelve all kinds of knitted pieces up until the colder months return is merely limiting your style options.

How to make knits summer-wardrobe-friendly?

Make knits a summer staple by staying away from insulating wool material and wisely opt for the airy and breezy cotton alternatives.

For a more summery feel, choose knit tops that are slouchy, loose and laid-back. Instead of a full on heavy knit look, go for for knit accents that decorate parts of the top or dress.

For a quick idea on how lookbookers are wearing their knit tops and making them summer-to-fall appropriate, dive in below:

knitted jumper – Zara

scallop hem knitted top

vintage knitted top – Trixiave

slouchy knitted top – Soul

knitted top – Sugarlips

vintage knitted top

batwing knitted top

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