Spellbinding Chinti & Parker cashmere jumpers have a touch of magic…
It only takes the temperature to drop a little and I am straight into long leather boots, wearing black, pulling on a cashmere jumper and repeating my annual tradition of dying my hair slightly too dark for my skin tone.
I am all for embracing Autumn! In fact, I spend most of year willing it to be October when I can reasonably start talking about Halloween – I was in fact researching Halloween recipes at the start of August but no one needs to know about that.
I was thrilled to find that Chinti & Parker’s Autumn/Winter 2017 collection has a touch of enchantment to it with ‘conversational cashmere’ pieces emblazoned with Déjà Vu and Abra Cadabra.
With a wave of the wand…
This season the Chinti & Parker collection is influenced by folktales and mysticism, perfect for wandering through enchanted woods, and looking a bit wan. Two of my favourite pastimes.
I love the after-dark feel to the pieces and they go perfectly with the Tatty Devine palmistry collection from AW14, of which I have two pieces. Who doesn’t love a bit of hocus pocus? I must be an ancestor of one of the ones that didn’t drown when ducked.
Chinti & Parker are a high-end brand. Positioning themselves alongside designer labels, they are stocked in Selfridges and Harrods. Jumpers are around £350 and they are beautifully soft and a real piece to treasure.
Chinti & Parker even make a cashmere tracksuit. I don’t think i’d ever leave the sofa, I would just lounge there eating chocolate.
Pass the Black Magic.