Relais Sweaters are fun, fashionable and on trend this season.   Susan Melizan, the talented Owner/Designer is at it again with a playful new fall collection.

What Sweaters are you Wearing?

Two of the biggest trends in knitwear this season are hoodies and oversized sweaters. As a result, you will want to update your wardrobe to include these cozy knits.  Designers showcased sweaters and hoodies this season.  Overall, sweaters are gaining momentum this season.

So, what is new this season?   Up the cool girl ante this season.  New embroideries, oversize sweaters and elongated sweaters to be worn as a dress are styles to shop for.

Comfort is key for fall.  Hoodies are being seen all over the runway, fashion magazines, and retailers this season.  Personally, I love a hoodie and live in it year around.   While a hoodie protects you from weather elements, this season it is also on the “Buy” List.

Fashion Inspiration

Trends in fashion featured in knitwear this season that were big on the runway and magazines this season are:

Since climate has become less about the seasons pastels were seen featured in many fall and winter 2016 collections.

Relais Sweaters

Susan’s design focus is primarily on using domestic yarns and factories to create beautiful wearable sweaters year around.  This season’s design inspiration was based on cotton. This lends the right insulation while being colorful at the same time.   Patchwork, stripes and color were a big form of inspiration of the Fall 2016 collection.

You will find Relais knitware in fine specialty stores and catalogues throughout the Country.

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For the most part, this falls styles are colorful, fun and chic.  Many styles have unique colors, patterns and details. You should consider these details when your shopping season. Be sure to check out Boston Proper catalogue and Sundance Catalogue for the styles featured below.

Relais 2016 Fall Knitware Feature

Relais 2016 Fall Knitware Feature

Relais 2016 Fall Knitware Feature

In conclusion, enjoy shopping for Relais sweaters this season.