5 October 2015

Autumn 2015 LookBook: That Primark Sweater

Primark knitwear style, FashionFake, fashion bloggers, Autumn lookbook
Primark knitwear style, FashionFake, fashion bloggers, Autumn lookbook
Primark knitwear style, FashionFake, fashion bloggers, Autumn lookbook
Primark knitwear style, FashionFake, fashion bloggers, Autumn lookbook
what i'm wearing: sweater Primark // black trousers Primark // necklace * Amarilo // watch Michael Kors // bag Chanel // shoes Zara

Come Autumn, we all get super excited about knitwear - stores showcase every kind of sweater and jumper you could possibly want! But with luxurious knitwear usually comes a price tag which will qualify as an investment so how do you keep warm and stylish on a budget?
Enter Primark. Gone are the days when I used to consider this bargain high street store a place for cheap socks and t-shirts, but it is now the store I go to first when I'm after a fashion, or classic, staple at an affordable price.

When it comes to knitwear, I tend to buy classic staples which I can wear year after year. On occasion, I may pick up a more fashion-oriented piece but as a rule I tend to stick to staples. Knitwear has to be comfortable - there's nothing better than a soft, warm jumper to wear on a miserable rainy day. Which is what I love about this jumper - it's super soft and warm, it is a classic piece which won't date anytime soon, and it's £10. I know right! So many of you have commented on my jumper that I just had to feature it and tell you where I'm sourcing all my sweaters these days - it's Primark! Most pieces are priced at around the £10, but look like they could be from a high end brand.

I accessorise my sweaters with classic accessories like a statement watch and bag (my favourites are these Michael Kors watch and a classic quilted Chanel bag!) and also layering which is perfect for midseason weather.

What is your favourite shop for knitwear? Share in the comments below!
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