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2021 Trends: The cottagecore knit we’re loving right now

This motif is SO twee.

Fashion equates to comfort in 2021 – so cosy up in your landscape knits, because they’re one of this year’s most wearable items.

The cottagecore-inspired trend of having beautiful summery scenes literally woven into your jumpers couldn’t be more 2021 if it tried. As we’re all holed up in our houses absolutely longing for a holiday, it makes perfect sense!

Spring’s new motif follows on from the cottagecore aesethic that dominated in 2020. Inspired by the idea of living in a twee cottage in the countryside, the Internet aesthetic embraces basically all things cute: baking cookies, picking flowers, garden reading and picnics.

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Fast forward to 2021, and cabincore is the trend’s winter version. You can guess what it entails, but you can also read more about what it actually is here.

Now back to pretty landscapes. From Stella McCartney’s colourful creation, to House of Sunny’s infamous cardigan and even some vintage gems we’ve found on Etsy, we’ve searched low and high to find some of our favourite landscape knits.

They’re just as cutesy as you’d imagine, but worn with off-white jeans and chunky boots will bring the knit up-to-date for 2021.

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Cardi, £92, House Of Sunny – buy now

Vintage novelty fleece cardigan. Novelty scene cardigan. image 0

Cardigan, £50, DelveVintage at Etsy – buy now

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Jumper, £75, Dreamers Rebels at Etsy – buy now

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1990's Novelty Virgin Wool Knit Sweater with Landscape image 0

Jumper, £147, LazyGirlSunday at Etsy – buy now

Stella McCartney Kind intarsia wool and cotton-blend sweater

Jumper, £925, Stella McCartney at Net-A-Porter – buy now

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