M&S’s Perfect Autumn Jumper is Finally Back in Stock

There’s nothing that makes me quite as excited as the discovery of an affordable item that could easily pass as designer. This season, this moment came in the form of a jumper courtesy of high-street stalwart Marks and Spencer. Of course, good ol’ M&S has always been prized for its cashmere offering, but when I saw this particular striking ombre number, I couldn’t help but yelp with excitement. (It’s my job, okay?) Naturally it sold out within a week, but we’re happy to announce that it’s finally back in stock!

Coming in a statement-making shade of red with a classic crew-neck silhouette, this jumper just feels so premium. Perhaps it’s the fact that it’s impactful without being obviously “trend-led,” and the cashmere fabric makes it feel undeniably luxurious. I also think it’s the sort of style that will look good for many seasons to come.

Both WWW editor Emma Spedding and I were desperate to try the jumper on IRL, and luckily, we got that chance. I can confirm it looks even better in person. Just to prove its versatility, we’ve styled the M&S knit a number of different ways, all perfect for the autumn season. Scroll down to see our outfits and to shop the jumper. 

Style Notes: I recently bought this miniskirt from Vestiaire Collective, and I’ve been so excited about experimenting with the styling. The burst of colour from the M&S knit makes for a perfect counterbalance to the black hue, and my Kurt Geiger chunky boots keep the whole thing from looking too corporate. 

Style Notes: Emma wears her jumper with a satin slip skirt from Vince and a pair of black knee-high boots from Arket. Brown, red and orange aren’t colours we’d usually pair together, but with the gradiant effect, this blends together so well. 

Style Notes: I never used to be much of a colour lover, but I have to say that I’ve fully converted myself to the easy, mood-boosting appeal of a bright jumper. The ombre M&S knit adds instant personality to a classic pair of straight-leg jeans and loafers.

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