I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, Zara always kill the jumper dress game every autumn/winter. This cream knit maxi is a staple that I lived in after my surgery last winter because of how comfy it was, and a style I couldn’t wait to wear again this year. A jumper dress is a great mix of practicality and style and longer versions are great options to keep you warm in the cold weather but can look so elegant paired with boots and your favourite bag. I just love being able to throw on a dress and you have a chic outfit in one go. There are so many great knit dresses in stores and online I had to share my favourites from Zara as I always love their style and quality. I added a wide belt a suede boots but you can dress a knit maxi up with heels or down with military boots and a leather jacket, the possibilities are endless!

Here are my favourite picks on the high street now:

This white midi dress is this seasons update of the dress I have and the material is gorgeous and thick. Go down a size if you’d rather it be body con as they are slightly relaxed fit, which looks great belted or left loose.
This black ribbed dress with elegant back cutout is on my Christmas list. It is so easy to wear and you could throw o some statement earrings to have the perfect date night look.
The colour of this dress is to die for! This is a total showstopper with the bell sleeve detail and high neck. The bright cobalt and simple silhouette look so high end.
I am completely obsessed with the styling of this dress with the snake print boots. This looks so comfy and drapes so beautifully.
You can’t go wrong with neutrals, and this dress is the perfect example of a winter wardrobe staple. The styling options are endless as this would literally go with anything!

I hope this post has given you some outfit inspiration and I would love to see how you style your jumper dresses! tag me on Instagram @heelsandhormones

Until next time…

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