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There seems to be so much monochrome, navy, khaki and grey around this autumn-winter season. I am all for these tones for great winter basics but sometimes I just want to wear something bright and inspiring to get me through a cold winters day. In case you hadn’t realised, I also have a small obsession with trying to put a beachy / summer vibe into my outfits regardless of the season. I often do that through colour.
Colourful knitwear is a beautiful thing. It brightens your face (choose a colour you know works for you) and can definitely brighten your mood. The Capullo range by Philosophy Australia features luxury knitwear in a number of gorgeous coloured pieces which are beautifully crafted as well as comfortable and warm. In fact, the name Capullo means cocoon in Spanish!
1. The Zip Top in Lime
The Zip Top by Capullo is soft, comfortable and the perfect length for wearing with jeans or pants. The colour block style works well with a printed scarf and the fabric is not bulky in any way making it perfect for wearing under coats and jackets. The zip detail on the sleeves gives it an edgy feel which I love.
2. The Scale Jumper in Peacock
The colour of this Scale Jumper is amazing and I love the name given to this shade. It’s a gorgeous bright blue-green tone which still has a warmth to it and the black pattern again adds a stylish edge. Here’s a look at the reverse side – stripes!
I’ve paired this jumper with a flippy skirt and black boots for a more fun casual look. The jumper would also look fantastic just with a pair of black pants. It’s a gorgeous statement piece that doesn’t need much else.
Both these knits are perfect for layering in the colder months. I’d add layers underneath so you don’t cover too much of the beautiful designs and colours!
Do you like to wear colour in winter? Are you a coloured knitwear fan?
The Capullo collection is available in sizes 10 – 16. For more information and for stockists in your area, call Philosophy Australia on 1800 612 608 or visit the Philosophy Australia website