Autumn’s most iconic piece is undoubtedly the knit sweater. It can be paired with just about anything in your closet, making that summer skirt last that much longer. Lucky for us, California brand For Love & Lemons is debuting their Knitz collection for fall 2014.
The sweater dress has never been a favorite of mine. Who wears it? Your mom? The girl next door? It’s never been a flattering look on anyone in my opinion. I thank For Love & Lemons for challenging my preconceived notion of the sweater dress and proving me wrong. Not only did they kill it with their take on the sweater dress, sweater rompers and halters have been incorporated into their new line. Think I’m crazy? Check out these daring knit concepts and think again.
Lemons’ offerings cover a large range of styles, prints, textures and silhouettes – sure to please all the cozy sweater lovers out there. Besides the fact that they knocked it out of the park with their sweater concept pieces, the contrast in thickness and style (i.e. light, heavy, chunky, and slim) is another added value to the Knitz fall 2014 collection.
If just one knit piece doesn’t satisfy your appetite, visit their site HERE – they have you covered (literally) with knee-highs, rompers, jumpsuits, pants and dresses. All of these separates should keep you looking chic and feeling cozy this fall and winter.
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