In Stockholm, summer has just said its last goodbye and won’t be revisiting for about 9 months or so (best case). What’s ahead is a pregnancy-long period of cold winds, rain and eventually snow. Winter is so coming. Not to be totally depressing about it—summer’s end also means a new change of clothing, and oh do we love our Fall wardrobes.
This week, knits have started reappearing at the office. In this climate, knitted sweaters are the evergreen and everyday go-to for all, so with many cold seasons behind us you can imagine our collections have grown quite extensive (looking at you, Emma and Lisa).
How we play it is by starting light with cotton knit works and airy wool sweaters that won’t make you break into a sweat when bobbing around town from one meeting to another; and this is exactly what we’re doing at the moment. Meeting-season is officially on, and we feel so excited for all the fun things ahead of us.
1. Emma teams an organic knit from Boob with crisp white sneakers from Filippa K. 2. Lisa still lives in her perfect oversized the Row knit that carried her through pregnancy. 3. More than one person at the office launched for this organic Filippa K cotton knit a couple of seasons back. This one belongs to our editor Johanna.
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