Wrap up in style during the transitional seasons in the softest yarns whether you are looking for plus size wraps or warm plus size jumpers in size 12-24. chesca’s plus size knitwear collection is woven with elastane giving the yarn stretch that will always recover its shape. We are introducing garments with a combination of knitted and woven fabrics to keep you on trend this season. Juxtaposition style adds tactile variation to your garment with a fabric front and knitted sleeves and back which means the garment can naturally fit your shape and lets the garment move with you.
Here at Chesca we believe that comfort is paramount, whether you are dressing for a special occasion or simply meeting someone for a casual coffee. This is why our luxury designer knitwear collection is so special to us. Nothing moves with your body as well as knitwear and if you want to look and feel your best at any time of the day or night, a knit garment will offer comfort and willl hold its shape throughout.
Benefits of Knitwear
At Chesca we know that the number one benefit of luxury designer knitwear is the fact that, as mentioned above, knit fabrics tend to hold their shape better and thus can be worn for longer periods of time without losing their shape. No one likes clothing that sags and loses its shape throughout the day and so we have hand selected our knitwear line for having the ability to appear just as ‘fresh’ as when you first dressed in the morning. Also, tightly knitted fabrics tend to be warmer than loosely woven materials and in a climate as cool as that in the UK, there is always a need for clothes to be warm and comfy. So the main benefits of knitwear would be comfort, warmth and the ability to hold shape for extended periods.
Texture and Depth
Another aspect of knitwear that many women aren’t aware of is the fact that it adds texture and depth to your outfit. Whereas most woven fabrics can tend to be ‘flat’ against the body, knitwear moulds itself easily to your shape but offers a more textured look. Even lightweight knitwear appears to be more textured than wovens and why so many women add knits to their wardrobes.