I must admit I'd never heard of the name for this style until recently
In fact I wasn't sure it had a name other than ' knitted, christmassy stuff '
But I now know its called fairisle, characterised by bright bold patterns
generally knitted, it has a crafty or eco feel
Here are some of my favourite items from the skirt, clockwise:
Fairisle Skirt: Miss Selfridge £22
Fairisle Mittens: Allsaints £40
Fairisle Trapper Hat: Debenhams £10
Long Navy Fairisle Socks: Toast £22
Close up of Multicoloured Knee Socks (centre): People Tree @ asos £20 (fair trade too!)
Poppy Fairisle Beret: Monsoon £16
Hooded Antler Coatigan: Topshop £95
I have really rubbish circulation so often get numb feet
So I'm always on the lookout for nice socks
I walked past a girl in town wearing these:
She was wearing the dark green ones inside long ugg boots
It looked really good, so good I followed her to ask where they are from!
They are from Holland & Cooper £39
eep, so I didn't buy them, Its just too much for one pair of socks
Instead I bought two pairs of Christmas socks by people tree!
Fair trade and ethical, and half the price!
These are the same as the asos ones in the centre at the top
'Made in Nepal by artisans working with the Kumbeshwar Technical School in Kathmandu, which provides education, vocational training and paid employment to underprivileged workers.'
because they are handmade each pair is unique in pattern and colour
Im uber excited to see what my two pairs look like!