Knit dresses are in high demand for the spring season, when the harsh days of winter end with the first warm rays of summer sun. Styled with knee high or heavy boots the look can go from elegant to edgy and with or without tights adapt to every temperature. Here come three different interpretations of the knitted dress, from classic to extravagant. 


A sexy statement from the House of Alexander McQueen that is easily suitable as a companion when battling everyday life as well as when sitting down for cocktails. The extravagant dress has a zipper at the front, which allows the dress to be quickly changed from a turtleneck to a daring deep V-neckline. Provocative, like every Alexander McQueen design, it has dropped shoulder seams paired with an intricate, three-dimensional pattern for a statement setting dress. 

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The cool Courrèges dress – made of a navy-blue rib material it is daintily pronouncing its origin on the front of the dress. Typically, Courrèges the brand is placing the logo in the center, right under the neckline, instead of on the left sided breast. This dress is a recognizably French design by being feminine, youthful and easy to style with practically anything. 

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The classic DVF wrap dress, rumored to have been invented by icon Diane von Furstenberg herself, is the brand's most famous design. Another hallmark of the brand is bright patterns like this one, heavily inspired by the 70s. Usually made from light materials such as jersey or silk, here is a knitted version for cooler days, still fun and a bit sexy. 

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The bonus dress: a soft and cosy maxi dress by Alberta Ferretti from a previous drop.

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