Not Your Grandma's Knit
Knit One. Purl Two. Add some fabulous stitches to your style Three. From Stella McCartney and Michael Kors to Marc Jacobs and Hermes, woven wonders graced the runways in a more slimmed down fashion for fall. While some chunky styles prevailed, the majority were light and layered, making knitwear a bit more wearable for our Miami “winter.” Whether you opt for tunics and pants, sweater dresses or accessories, whatever you do, don’t be a knit wit and miss out on adding wovens to your wardrobe.
Phoebe Philo, head designer for Céline, perfectly created a collection of slim-knits so flowy and dreamy looking that you may not wear anything else until summer rolls back around. The creamy wheat colors seen in the long tunics paired with matching ribbed pants are the chicest way to achieve classy comfort.
For a more dressed up look, the rich two-tone sweater dress in a deep espresso and chocolate brown will certainly wake up your style. Or the grey, black and white suit, which is perfect for business meetings, is feminine yet exudes an “I get it done” attitude. Find these looks at Céline, 191 NE 40th Street, Space 101, Miami, Florida 33137, 305-866-1888
Looking for something to throw over jeans or leggings? Marni’s collections of knit sweaters have you covered. From boxy to fitted and solids and prints there are options for all. One look we’re coveting is the floral sweater with matching flared skirt. Shop these styles at Marni, 3930 NE 2nd Avenue, Suite 100, Miami, Florida 33137, 305-764-3357.
Now that you have your knit know-how, run don’t walk to stock up.
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