Perhaps been gone a long time but we thought it is time to bring back the black knitted unisex slipover. It is an easy clothing item and will always be useful if you want to layer up your look for the colder days. But even wearing them just over a plain t-shirt will do just fine in summer or spring.
We executed this black knitted unisex slipover in a black waffle knit structure. To make it bit more unexpected we choose for a raw edge finishing. To bring some elegant tension to the knit we choose for a black satin v-neckline.
How to style this black knitted unisex slipover
This spencer is a very easy to wear item for creating layers in your look. Its versatility is therefore very useful in your sustainable wardrobe.
From origin a spencer is a men’s clothing item. For the warmer days we think it’s suitable to just wear the slipover as a tank top. Put on some nice black short or relaxed trousers and roll up the leg and you have the perfect holiday look. For spring and early autumn we suggest wearing the black knitted slipover over a black t-shirt with short or long sleeves. Combine it with a straight relaxed black trouser and you will have a perfect basic look. For a fun look during the colder days we suggest our black bamboo Long Jo’s with black drop-crotch trousers. Our long oversized button down hydrophilic shirt underneath the slipover. Finish this fun and creative look with a tough looking black boot.
For the warmer days combine the spencer with a nice bamboo t-shirt and a fun black skirt with dropped hemline. Complete this look with some nice fancy stockings with a pattern. A fancy shiny black shoe with track sole gives this look a fun and unexpected twist. To toughen it up try on your favorite black boot. For the colder days we suggest a skinny black trouser and our long black hydrophilic button down shirt underneath the slipover. Finish off this look with a black satin belt and your favorite heel for some sex-appeal.
Features of waffle knit
Waffle fabric, also known as honeycomb fabric, can be made by either weaving or knitting. It has raised threads that form small square grids which produces a three-dimensional effect, like the pattern of an ultra-miniature breakfast waffle, which is how it gets its name. This style of weave or knit makes fabric more breathable than most, and more absorbent. Waffle knitted fabrics also have thermal qualities.