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With temperatures threatening to drop this weekend, we're on the market for cosy, comfy jumpers to see us through the cold months. 

We have seen SO many stunning knitted jumpers, that are stylish and cool, but also warm and cosy – a winning combo – and we just had to share.

From online to the high street, these jumpers literally have you covered:

 COLLUSION cropped jumper with flame €24.89

Pieces ribbed zip up jumper in red €44.24 

Penneys Neon Sleeve jumper €14.00 

Bad Romance Shaggy Cardigan €68.00 

PrettyLittleThing oversized chunky knit jumper in neon green €30.42 

Sweater with puff sleeves details €29.95 

 Roll Neck Knitted Oversized Jumper €28.00

 Black zebra print slash neck jumper €33.00

 Cameo Rose Grey Roll Neck Bubble Jumper €24.99

ASOS open stitch jumper €41.48

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With temperatures threatening to drop to as low as -1 this weekend, and Black Friday in full swing, we're on the market for cosy, comfy jumpers to see us through the cold months. 

We have seen SO many stunning knitted jumpers, that are stylish and cool, but also warm and cosy – a winning combo – and we just had to share.

From online to the high street, these jumpers literally have you covered.

Topshop Swirl Drip Jumper €42. 00, ASOS DESIGN neon cable jumper €38.71

Zara Oversized Jacquard Sweater €29.95, Topshop Chunky Roll Neck Jumper €48.00

Bershka zebra print jumper €41.46, Zara Sequin Jumper €59.95

Colour block roll neck jumper €24.95, COLLUSION space dye jumper with roll neck €41.48 

Leopard Sleeve Jumper €12.00, Dark green knit chenille jumper €40.00

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If you're looking to stock up on statement pieces this autumn, then River Island is full of your must-haves.

With fur and sparkles galore, RI has exactly what you need to work that cocktail party, day-to-night, boss lady look. 

But just don't take my word for it. Let's have a look at how you can build your very own River Island staple wardrobe. 

 First you get the fur, then you get the money…

Just kidding, but in all seriousness, River Island is a fluffy haven this winter. We're loving this brown leather trench with the fur collar, layer it up with a plaid skirt or over a print dress and you're ready to rock the high street. 

Need more bulk to fend off that wintery weather? I know it seems like ages away but you'll thank us later with his white leopard print fur coat. 

Or if you're more into a grizzly than a polar bear this teddy bear coat is right up your alley.

Team it with a pair of white chunky healed boots and a Baker Boy cap for a medley of 90s and 60s vibes.  

Oh and did we mention that oversized furry bags are a thing? In love isn't the word. 

What winter wardrobe would be complete without a cosy chunky knit?

We adore this muted toned polo neck, worn loose for maximum comfort. 

Go slouchy with a pair of skinnies or dress it up with this delectable plum leather skirt. 

Tis the season to sparkle and shine- and these party pieces are guaranteed to steal  the spot light. 

Are you more cutesy in oversized baby pink and blue sequins or sultry and mysterious in black and gold polka dots?

 Animal prints are everywhere for autumn, even in our two piece suits!

Be the queen of the jungle AND the cocktail party with this fushia sequined suit.

The best part? Use them as separates with either block colours or go bold with clashing prints and textures.

Of course no River Island mooch would be complete without an accessories haul dahling.

Go chic and classy with these elegant pearl and gold drop earrings or bold and show-stopping with massive costume earrings (pictured below). 

Also we NEED these heels! Who ever said that tartan was just for skirts? Eh, not us, we'll take two please. 

Have a gawk at the rest of the collection on the SHEmazing Instagram story at @shemazingie – pieces soon landing in a River Island store near you! 

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If you do not already have a fabulous array of knitwear, you seriously need to get on that. 

And if you do have a wondrous wardrobe full of jumpers, you probably need more because this may be the one benefit we have of living in the horrendously cold Irish climate. 

So let us get you all wrapped up for the festive season by getting styling tips from our fave celebs. 

1. Layer up 

We know it's cold, so don't be afraid to layer up your knits and coats until you are completely weather proof.

Layering is super stylish so pair a large knit roll neck jumper which a suede or sheepskin coat and even top it off with a scarf and hat. 

You will look cosy AND stylish. It's a win win! 

2. Keep it casual 

A nice oversized jumper looks great over a pair of distressed jeans and chelsea boots. 

This look is super casual but still fashionable. Throw on a pair of cat eye sunnies à la Alexa for added cool. 

3. Dress it up 

Jumpers and knits don't necessarily mean casual and slouchy. 

Pair a thinner knit or cropped jumper with high waisted palazzo pants or a pencil skirt for office chic. Throw on a pair of court shoes or pointed pumps to finish the look. 

Designer clutch bag: optional. 

4. Do it slouchy

We love that a jumper can look both super casual and put together. Make like the Olsen twins and go up a few sizes when purchasing your next jumper. 

Add a pair of skinny cropped trousers and throw your hair up into a bun for that off duty chic look. 

5. Cover up that neck 

Ward off any unwanted throat infections with a turtle neck or roll neck piece. 

Very popular this season, you will be grateful for this trend come the end of winter. 

6. Get festive 

Too cool for a Christmas jumper? Well, you shouldn't be. 

Christmas jumpers don't have to be covered in snowmen or reindeer with protruding bobbles. 

Keep an eye out for more tasteful patterns for a cute and kitsch take on the festive season. 

7. Go for the cardi  

Got too many nice tops to hide under a big jumper? Try find the perfect cardigan instead. 

Waterfall shapes are very much on trend and add elegance to any casual outfit. 

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Irish designer Lucy Nagle has been making a name for herself over the past few years with her collections of contemporary and innovative knitwear, creating cashmere and merino wool separates that keeps us looking stylish while still feeling ultra-cosy.

Since launching her debut collection in 2013, Lucy Nagle has developed into an international brand, and Ciara O’Doherty headed over to the Dylan Hotel to check out her Autumn/Winter 14 showcase, and to chat to the woman herself about her latest collection. Check out the video for more!

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