5 Autumn Knitwear Styles I’m crushing over in 2020

5 Autumn Knitwear Styles I'm crushing over in 2020

Autumn 2020 is here. Yes, 2020 has been alarmingly underwhelming so far, but changing seasons always put me in a good mood because a change in season means a change in my wardrobe. Currently, I’m all about autumn knitwear styles. I mean, who wouldn’t be. They’re gorgeous, functional, and so comfortable. And because I didn’t want you to miss out on the action, I put together this list of 5 autumn knitwear styles that I’m crushing over in 2020.

 

Before we go further, let me tell you that the key pieces used for all the following looks are from my partner site Shein. I’ve used many of their high quality/ premium pieces to bring these autumn knitwear styles to life. You can find the direct shopping links to the items by directly clicking on the pictures or right below them. Don’t forget to use the code ‘4ADITI’ for additional exciting discounts during checkout.

 

Autumn Knitwear Styles I’m crushing over:

1. Layered Half sweaters

5 Autumn Knitwear Styles I'm crushing over in 2020

Autumn is all about layering, so it’ll be rather obvious to look forward to layering. This year’s fall styling is all about the ‘back to school’ vibes. So, you’ll be seeing the layered half-sweater everywhere. How to nail it? Start with a statement blouse, preferably with statement sleeves and neck, add a matching half sweater. Tuck in a skirt for that extra waist definition or wear it over trousers/jeans for a relaxed look.

 

2. Pastel Knit Sets

5 Autumn Knitwear Styles I'm crushing over in 2020

Knit-sets are a staple for any autumn but they do make one look a little bit older and more ‘tamed’. This year, the pastel knit sets are kind of breaking that neutral monotony & adding some edge to the knit sets. I added a belt and some chains for the enhanced chic factor.

 

3. Colorful Cardigans

5 Autumn Knitwear Styles I'm crushing over in 2020

You can never really go wrong with cardigans, especially if there’s color in them. I like dark-colored cardigans a lot, like this checkered cardigan with a mix of red and black. However, this year, you’ll see many pastel cardigans, too. Like, LILAC! And well, I’m all here for it.

 

4. Knit & crop-top Layering

5 Autumn Knitwear Styles I'm crushing over in 2020

Another layering tip which is a 2020 autumn signature is the knit and crop-top layering. Yes, as unreal as it sounds, it’s an actual thing and you’ll absolutely love it. It makes your cardigan instantly look stylish and you can reuse your crop-tops from the summer, too. Yes, you could wear it with any summer crop-top or even use a knit crop-top (yes, they’re absolutely a thing).

 

5. Fringy knits

5 Autumn Knitwear Styles I'm crushing over in 2020

Fringy front open coats have been here since forever but I feel like I’ve rediscovered them this season after not wearing in them forever. They’re the perfect statement piece to uplift almost any plain outfit instantly. And with fringe madness this autumn, nothing gets trendier than them.

 

So, those are all the autumn knitwear styles that I’m crushing over in 2020. Which one amongst these is your favorite? Are there other autumn knitwear styles that you think I may have missed? Leave all your suggestions and recommendations in the comments below.

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Aditi Parashar
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