Fashion for frosty mornings: Knitted leggings

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And I should know – as the first frost of the year has happened; when I woke one morning in mid October the grass was hidden by frozen dew. Now, there are two ways of tackling this problem: 1. Stay in bed until the sun has risen higher and has warmed up the world enough that the frost has melted. or 2. Wrap up warm and stay stylish with snuggly knits.

Unfortunately, staying in bed isn’t always possible – even though it’s getting ever darker in the mornings, so I’ll be blogging about the top trends in toasty knitwear all winter. I wrote about knitted dresses here and 80s funky jumpers  plus a post about animal knits last week. So here’s the fourth trend I’ve already been sporting this autumn/winter:

The catwalk shows from Issa and Bora Asku featured cosy leggings in crazy prints and I’ve been looking around the high street for some lookey-likey versions for this autumn/winter, including these fairisle knit leggings above from New Look , Issa-esque floral leggings £12.99 and these on-trend brocade black & white leggings from for only £10. I have some multi-coloured fairisle striped knitted leggings that I was given last Christmas and haven’t yet had a chance to wear, so I’ll be putting these on underneath my knitted dresses to keep myself snuggly in the cold weather.

Let me know what you’ll be wearing this autumn/winter! And check back soon for the next hot knitwear trend & how to get the look for a fraction of the price :)

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Author: Cassiefairy

Cassie is a freelance writer with a Masters degree in lifestyle promotion studies. She loves to 'get the look for less' so regularly shares thrifty fashion posts, DIY interior design ideas and low-cost recipes on her blog.

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