Soft, Sexy, Cozy: Fluffy Jumpers That Rock

The fluffy jumper is one of the season’s hottest trends. Not only will it literally keep you warm, but it’s one of the most popular items to have hanging on your rack. With the multitude of options available for those looking to purchase a fluffy jumper, you might be wondering which ones are the best to choose. It’s really a matter of personal preference, but below you can find an overview of some of the trendiest, sexiest, and cosiest fluffy jumpers you’ll find anywhere. Feel free to mix and match, and create a style that works for you. One of the best things about the fluffy jumper is that it can go with almost anything. Start out with one of the options below, and see what the fluffy jumper can do for your wardrobe.

The Fluffy Colour Block

Colour blocking is one of those trends that has been seen all year long. From sundresses to corporate wear, colour block designs have been seen across all manner of fashion accessories. Handbags, shirts, pants, dresses, and even shoes have been adorned with colour block designs. It’s no surprise, then, that when the fluffy jumper came back into style this season, colour block was right there along with it. Most of the time, colour block appears asymmetric, and as an abstract blocks of colour in a variety of styles. Some colour block jumpers are made in bright and bold colours. Others are designed in subtler tones. Some are cast in neutral hues, and others are even designed to include animal prints. No matter what your style, you can probably find a colour block design in a fluffy jumper that suits you perfectly. If you’re going the colour block route, be sure to make the rest of your wardrobe subtle in nature, so as not come across as busy or disorganized. With all the colour options available, the colour block is great for those who always like to add a splash of colour or two to their outfits.


Corporate Girl

If you spend a lot of time in the office, you might be wondering how in the world a fuzzy jumper is going to work for you. Fortunately, there are ways in which you can incorporate a fuzzy jumper or fluffy jumper into your work attire. On the runway, fashion designers have shown a fluffy jumper pulled over a collared shirt. This is one way making the fluffy jumper work for the corporate environment. It would be best to pair this look with a pair of corporate style trousers. Complete the look with a pair of heels or pointy toed flats in a neutral tone, and you’re well on your way to a successful corporate outfit that includes your favourite trends of the season.

Old Hollywood Glamour

If you look back at the old fashion pictures that came out of old Hollywood in the twenties, thirties, and forties, you’ll see a lot of the fluffy jumper look, although it wasn’t particularly called that back then. That same posh, glamorous, slightly overdone look is exactly what you’re going for with this style. You can combine this type of jumper with beautiful chandelier earrings and champagne tones. If you choose certain pastels, like pastel pink, which is a very popular colour this season, and you pair it with gold, you’re well on your way to a glamorous and luxurious appearance.

Dovima 1950s

Dovima 1950s

Red Hot

Sure, the fluffy jumper is cosy and comfortable, but it can be sexy, too. Choose a fluffy jumper in a v-neck style in a bold colours, such as red, and pair it with your favourite pencil skirt and a pair heels. This is a great way to make the fluffy jumper sexy and attractive for that hot date, or your night out on the town. You can even pair it with a leather (or pleather) jacket!

As you can see, there are a number of styles, colours, and options available for those who want to incorporate the fluffy jumper into their wardrobe. Feel free to make it your own, but if you put on a fluffy jumper and you feel more like a parrot than a person, it’s probably best to put that one to the side. While the super fluffy, overdone look is attractive to some, most people want to go a more subtle route and opt for a luxurious look instead. Your jumper should look touchable and soft, elegant, and classy.


Megan Barnes has a passion for great style. She enjoys writing about fresh looks and beautiful wardrobes on fashion blogs.

Style Icons of the Year – Anna Friel’s Stage Door Style

Has any women since the London heyday of Tallulah Bankhead ever had the stage door style of Anna Friel? The actress, currently starring in Uncle Vanya at the Vaudeville, has mastered the art of looking totally captivating every evening as she leaves the theatre after her performance, in a series of immaculate, highly styled looks.

Anna’s stage door appearance is now as eagerly anticipated as her on stage one. Every evening, hoards of photographers wait to see what image and era she will be channelling next. There have been Pucci style mini dresses, and 1940s fur-trimmed coats. A risqué pink blouse exposed that Anna wasn’t wearing a bra, whilst her ultra modern and minimalist peg trousers and sweater show that Anna looks as great in up-to-date looks as she does in vintage garb.

Anna first established her Stage door style credentials when she played the Audrey role in Breakfast at Tiffany’s, and now she has it totally mastered. She changes the image each day, adds accessories that raise the interest level sky-high, and jeeps the make-up subtle and muted. Her stage door style is impeccable, and just makes you want to keep watching – a definite icon.

Get the Anna Look

Gina Crepe Long Sleeve Shirt £65.00 


Printed panels dress £44.99

Lace gown £79.99 

Cashmere wool-blend boxy coat £89.99 

Black Fur Collar Tweed Coat Now £40.00 

Petite Animal Sequin Dress 

Tamsin Aztec Print Thick Knit Leggings 

Evie Fluffy Tunic Jumper £20