Knits & Ecru: 8 Saucy Looks
Some fashion designers manage to not only release incredibly cool and striking outfits, but also combine several trends in one ensemble. When something like this happens, be sure that you are most likely to fall in love with the look – no matter what it is about. This is what I felt the moment I spotted a set of extremely magnificent and stylish pieces that feature two fashion tendencies of the coming winter season. Ecru shades and knit texture are both going to be quite in vogue very soon, so it does make sense to get yourself items that would have one of these trends. However, it would be much more reasonable money-consuming to opt for a single outfit that would feature both styles. Below are 8 adorable numbers to give an idea of you need to be looking for.
8 Coolest Ecru & Knit Outfits For Winter 2015
Barbara Bui offers a super marvelous and highly elegant look. This astonishing turtleneck poncho in cream looks absolutely terrific. The flying silhouette along with the rich and very engaging embroidery creates a magnificent impression and makes it quite hard to resist its power. The asymmetrical hem is complemented by the matching knit socks in beige and lovely booties in suede. The best thing about this knit poncho is that you can rock it with any other piece from your closet, be it a pair of denims or a classic pencil skirt.
Celine opted for a skimming fit and very moderate design. You won’t find here any outstanding embellishment – in fact, you are not to spot any styling elements at all. Nonetheless, the outfit looks very appealing and saucy – due to the high-quality fabric this ensemble is made out as well as the delicate and sophisticated knit of the outfit. Tan brown shade with some white touches also adds up to the overall impression. You can easily style such a combination with some vibrant and catchy accessories, such as a bright handbag, statement necklace or a pair of trendy shoes.
Christian Wijnants presented another incredible and very unique look. This time it is a combo of a turtleneck sweater and a light flare skirt. The former is the main accent of this outfit, as it is designed in a very alluring way. First of all, it is about mixed knits: you can see various kinds of textures featured in one piece. Moreover, the item is designed in beige, cream, white and rust brown – which all together make up an excellent color combination. A cream skirt matches the top in a perfect way and goes well with the reptile-skinned ankle booties and a cool backpack in peach.
Paul & Joe
Paul & Joe suggests to pair a plain knit sweater in beige with something that would stand out from the crowd and make you the fashion queen of your neighborhood. If you agree to pursue this goal, then you ought to purchase a pair of saucy satin shorts in khaki and an incredible short-sleeved baggy coat in coral. A pair of gorgeous black ankle boots in leather and suede would definitely complete this awesome ensemble.
Pringle of Scotland
In case you prefer more moderate fits, then you will definitely fall in love with this elegant and simple look by Pringle of Scotland. A pair of plain black pants is combined with a cute white knit sweater with some fringe featured along the front side. Classic white pumps would be the only accessory that styles this striking and very unusual outfit.
Stella McCartney presents a brick brown outfit and I have to admit that the fashion house knows what to offer. A very cool knit pant suit looks very relevant to the windy fall days and the coming snowy ones. Hence, it is a great way to get a new ensemble that will be in vogue very soon. The adorable patterns along the outfit add up a special zest to this look.
Sonia Rykiel also shared a total ecru outfit that is incredibly desirable and irresistible. The asymmetrical and layered design of the sweater in cream is offset by the plain and elegant silhouette of the flare white pants. The top part looks as if it was a duo: a shirt along with a scarf. The only thing that I am concerned with is how comfortable it is to rock such a chunky piece of fabric around your neck for a long period of time.
A.F. Vandevorst combined a baggy and very funky sweatshirt in grayish brown with a regular mini skirt in tan. The high-skimming fir of the latter contradicts the huge silhouette of the former – which all together create a striking impression. A pair of adorable and somewhat vintage boots with a flat heel finished this mind-blowing look. These were the eight of the most astonishing and beautiful outfits that feature both ecru and knits.