Brrrr! A happy new year to you all and what a chilly start it is! Here are my top 5 cosy knits to keep your bump nice and snug this winter.

Button Back Sweater from Chinti and Parker – This navy cashmere jumper from British brand Chinti and Parker is perfect for bump. The contrasting red button back strip is not only strikingly chic, but the buttons can be undone to allow more room as your bump grows. What’s more, it will be perfect post-pregnancy too.

Cashmere 1970 Jumper from Bella Freud – Take your pick from Bella Freud’s iconic intarsia sweaters. I love this this 1970 jumper in baby pink cashmere. A snug fit, you may want to go up a size depending on the stage of your pregnancy.
Apollo Fringe Wool Poncho from Acne – There’s nothing better than wrapping bump up in a cosy poncho wrap. Layer over a roll neck for extra warmth and secure with a skinny belt sitting just above bump.
Sweatshirts from On the Rise – We all love a sweatshirt and these ‘Love thy neighbourhood’ ones from cool brand ‘On the rise’ are a great way to show bump off in your neighbourhood.
Fringed cashmere poncho – Duffy – A relaxed fit, this pale grey poncho from Duffy is perfect for layering over jersey. It’s also a great transitional piece to take you all the way in to Spring. There’s a vertical contrast stripe (Duffy’s signature detail) running straight down the back giving it a real point of difference.

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Sam Jones
Fashion Stylist

Sam has had a successful career in buying over the last 15 years, rummaging through showroom collections such as Carven, Vanessa Bruno, Matthew Williamson and Rupert Sanderson whilst Fashion Director for online fashion and beauty holiday emporium style-passport; designing and buying ranges as Head of Buying for iconic British footwear brand Pied a Terre, and curating and editing accessories at legendary department store Fenwick of Bond Street. Throughout her career as a buyer, more and more friends would approach her for one on one advice. What soon became clear was how much she loved the intimacy of this direct client contact and so her personal shopping service, The Style Alchemy, was born.

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