We Found Love In A Crew Neck Jumper And It’s Obvious Why

Perfect for a super fresh morning.
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Few winter trends genuinely keep us warm, but snug crew neck jumpers are the saving grace to help us bear through the chill, and our favourite celebrities can’t get enough of them.

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If fashion purists had their say loungewear would have never reached peak sartorial status, but lucky for us, it’s now a wardrobe staple that we want to buy in every style.

At first glance, the trend could be seen as a plain choice, but it can lend itself well to a whole host of aesthetics.

It can be worn with a minimalists eye for structure, a maximalists love of graphic statements or a flamboyants adoration of fun patterns.

Whatever aesthetic your heart sings to, there will be a crew neck jumper that will add some warmth and snug vibes to your outfits.

Here are some of our fav celebs feeling cosy in their crew neck jumper.

She is smizing just like Tyra told us to. (Credit: Instagram)

Millie Bobby Brown

The Stranger Things star has chosen to wear a big and bold crew neck jumper with an expressive graphic. 

The graphic reads: Choose your own emotional adventures. 

Well, we can’t say that isn’t good advice. We do have the power within ourselves to have our own emotional adventures, even if they’re top secret.  

We aspire to be this comfortable. (Credit: Instagram)

Camila Cabello 

The Havana singer has opted for the dark green version of Millie Bobby Brown’s jumper.

She looks remarkably unbothered while donning sunnies inside with her green trackie set keeping her warm.

Camila is proving that you don’t need to be shy about wearing loungewear during the day.

When is black not one of the best options? (Credit: Instagram)

Charli Damelio 

Charli has opted for a more sleek and monochromatic crew neck look, and she has styled it with two-toned black and white shorts.

Near the neck of the jumper is a sleek graphic that may even entice a minimalist.

One for the preppy fashion girls. (Credit: Instagram)

Emma Chamberlain 

This Gen Z fashion girl is decked out in a Fendi crew neck, and she has masterfully styled it with a shirt collar, which is a preppy girls dream.

Emma’s choice to pair the look with a tennis skirt is very Zoe Kravitz in High Fidelity.

The Dutch are underrated fashion stars. (Credit: Instagram)

Amaka Hamelijnck 

The Dutch beauty has chosen a pastel and lightly tie-dyed trackie set for her dabble into the lougewear sphere.

The look is as pretty as a cloud, and reminiscent of an off duty fairy. 

Lana is beaming here. (Credit: Instagram)

Lana Condor 

Lana has opted for a simple take on the trend with only a light pink and cursive font slogan placed on the crew neck jumper.

We would be smiling from ear to ear, too, if we were as warm as Lana looks in her jumper.

Jorja is on that higher level. (Credit: Instagram)

Jorja Smith

The smooth crooner is showing us exactly how you can keep warm and fashionable in winter.

By paring her crew neck with their matching track pants, sneakers and a huge puffer jacket, we just know Jorja wasn’t feeling the cold.

The singer looks equally fashion-forward and practical, but it’s her strong West England charm that has us sold on this look.

Scroll down to shop crew neck jumpers! 

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ASOS DESIGN Jumper With Daisy Pattern in Lilac, $56.00 from Asos. 

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Country Road Verified Australian Cotton Heritage Sweat, $99.95 from The Iconic. 

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Levi’s Logo Slouchy Sweatshirt in Faded Black, $120.00 from ASOS. 

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Oversized Crew Neck Jumper, $39.99 from Glassons. 

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Assembly Label Logo Fleece Sweater, $90.00 from The Iconic. 

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Logo Fleece Jumper, $90.00 from Assembly Label. 

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