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Street Style knitspiration

Street Style knitspiration

Want some style inspiration from the coolest kid on the street? Then, look no further.

We've rounded up all the best ways to style your cashmere over the summer months:

1. Keep it simple

That's our motto, you know. And we think this look sums up how we usually wear our Lucy Nagle. Jeans, sandals, a slouchy knit, and a pared-back hold-all. Simplistic perfection. 

2. Cashmere from office-to-cocktail-bar

So, you're racing around all day, but once cocktail hour beckons, it's SO easy to slip on a pair of heels, and dress up your cashmere. The definition of office-to-cocktail bar dressing.

 

3. Mix up textiles

How cool does this simple navy knit look dressed up with neck-piece and a skirt with lots of texture? Your cashmere may be casual, but worn with the right skirt, and a lick of accessories, and you've got a seriously hip thing going on. 

 

4. Keep it cool and casual

With ripped jeans, trainers, and sunglasses, just the way we like it for downtime. 


 

5. Cashmere for city living

Not heading to warmer climates this summer? No sweat, give summer a nod by teaming knits with shorts or a denim pencil skirt. Just add trainers or sandals, and it may be grey outside, but you've nailed the knits-in-summer look. 

 

 

6. Cashmere for Summer party-time

Who says you can't wear knitwear at nighttime - just look how perfect this simple sweater looks like heels and a long pleated skirt. 

 

7. Relax, it's slouchy

Crisp white trainers, peg-leg trousers, and a simple knit. Relaxed but oozes cool-factor.