From Zara to Topshop, These Are the Most Expensive-Looking Jumpers Out There

They don't cost a fortune.

Log fire or not, we're ready to get cosy. For those times where you have to venture outside (whether it's for work or social event), it's your knitwear choices that can actually elevate your A/W 18 outfits to new heights.

We're accustomed to designer jumpers becoming all round It buys (yes, we're thinking of that Ganni knit), but what if we were to tell you the high street has made great sweaters of their own? We're talking the Zara sweater everyone is already wearing, the Mango cable knit that's bound to get you noticed and the many cool cardigans now taking centre stage.

Whether it's a jumper-and-jeans combo you wear on repeat or the sweater that was made for layering with a slip skirt and knee-high boots, the high street has a plethora of options to choose from. Luckily, we've narrowed down from the thousands out there to an editor-approved rainbow of 24 jumpers you can buy now and wear year after year.

Style Notes: Celeste has been wearing this lilac Monki roll-neck in so many ways, persuading us to consider a less-basic purchase like hers soon.
Style Notes: A chunky grey knit like Harriet's under-£40 Zara number makes a strong cost-per-wear proposition. Team with a slip skirt for a combination you'll wear on repeat.
Style Notes: If Alexis hasn't just persuaded you into a bright-yellow Weekday jumper, we don't know what will.
Style Notes: We've also been thinking about revisiting argyle. Eni's Zara jumper is perfect.
Very nerdy-chic with cords.
It looks so expensive. 
Okay, it's admittedly a bit pricier, but the feathers are everything!
For the minimalists out there.
We're enjoying the weird cable knit pattern here.
Make a statement in pastel mohair.
Introducing your new party sweater.
Simple yet chic. 
You'll fool everyone into thinking it's a vintage find.
H&M's frilled jumper trend started last year, and it's still going strong.
It'll go with all your autumn lipsticks.
The colour to cheer you up on a dreary morning.
Team with leather trousers and white ankle boots. 
These are knitted by hand.
Oversized allows room to add multiple layers for winter. 
The chunkier, the better.
Sequins really do work for daytime, too.
Add cord trousers for a retro vibe. 
Subtle enough to pass as designer.
This is actually the back of this two-in-one Boden jumper.
The bigger the roll on the neck, the better.
It's the shade of green everyone is already wearing.
The ultimate "snuggle up and still look cool" jumper.
Clashing stripes get our vote. 

Now it's time to think about your next layer: an editor-approved winter coat.

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