The Cowl-Neck Jumper Hunt Continues…

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The Cowl-Neck jumper hunt continues… I don’t know why I’m so obsessed – I actually really like my neck but I seem intent on finding sweaters to hide it away! The two on this page are both from Karen Millen. They are gorgeously soft, have good chunky roll-necks to hide away in and a slightly shorter, wider cut that makes them brilliant to wear with high-waisted jeans. The Chunky Textured Roll-Neck Jumper above is perfect for lazy weekend dressing – I love the contrasting knitted panels and the wintery feel of the colours.

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The black Merino Cowlneck Jumper (above, but clearer pictures here) is the jumper of my dreams. It’s just enough “eighties” to make it glamorously cool, but without the addition of shoulder pads or weird embellishments! It looks absolutely amazing with a pencil skirt and is a good standby to thrown on with jeans if you want to feel smart but stay comfy and warm. The shape is just beautiful.

The contrast panel jumper is £115 here, the black Merino cowlneck is here. They should be £115 each, but Karen Millen have a Black Friday/Cyber Monday discount – 25% off everything.

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This post was originally going up later on this week but I thought it would be incredibly annoying to miss the discount! If you want to take a look at my previous cowlneck finds (it’s become something of an occupation for me, finding nice jumpers!) then click here. (By the way, my lipstick in the second picture is Old Hollywood by Bobbi Brown, a lovely classic red – see here for more details.)

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