navy and white fisherman style hooded cardigan

Ladies Chunky Cardigans are the perfect way to wrap up warm for Winter  2012.  I’ve been around some great high street brands to find the best chunky cardis for women currently available online.  These stylish cardigans prove that you can be comfortable and warm and still look great.

In our gallery below you will find the Top 20 Chunky Cardigans from across the high street. There is something here for everyone, including both cheap and designer cardigans as well as plus size chunky knit cardis. These stylish chunky cardigans will ensure you stay warm, cosy and above all, stylish during the Winter months.

TOP 20 LADIES CHUNKY CARDIGANS 2012

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For more fabulous cardigans check out the pop up, comparison store below where you can compare chunky knits from many major brands all in one place.


So you’ve seen our Top 20 Cardigans, we features expensive designer cardigans as well cheap chunky cardigans that are a real bargain. Now read on for more tips on finding the right cardi for you.

2012 CARDIGAN TRENDS

chunky cable knit long ladies cardigan

Boden Long Cable Cardigan – Grey, Khaki or Natural – Sizes 6 to 22 – £125.00

There are hundreds of cardigans on the high street for 2012 and there really is something for all tastes but the most fashionable styles are chunky designs and long cardigans.  Many cardi’s you’ll notice from our gallery don’t have any fastening they are designed to throw on and to add layers.  However many cardigans do still have buttons but look out for cute Duffle styles.

Cable Knit and Fair Isle Cardigans were popular in 2011 and these trends are still popular today.

chunky collar ladies cardigan

White Stuff Rosemary Cardigan – John Lewis – Sizes 8 to 18 – £55.00

The trend for 2012 is for Chunky Cardigans in muted colours, so shades of grey, khaki, brown, black and other neutral shades. More colourful cardigans are available on the high street but they tend to be thinner knits and not chunky wool designs.

black and cream chunky cardigan with lurex

Lurex Chunky Chuck On Cardigan – Miss Selfridge – Sizes 6 to 10 – Black & Cream – Sale Price £20.00

Don’t just be seduced by popular trends though, it’s important to find a cardigan that suits your colouring and body shape.  Long Cardigans will look fabulous on most Women but petite ladies may look swamped.  Petite Women will look better in neat fitted shapes.  If you have a large bust avoid high neck lines as they will make you look broader.

black and white chunky knit fairisle cardigan

Evelyn Chunky Knit Fairisle Long Cardigan – Black & White – £25.00

There are many expensive and designer chunky cardigans around but only invest if your sure your going to look after it properly. Wool Cardigans need to be washed very carefully and the last thing you want to do it blow over £100 on a gorgeous cardigan only to shrink it in the wash in the first month.  Whether you buy a designer must have or cheap chunky cardi make sure you read the wash label for washing instructions. Many wool garments need to be dry cleaned.

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  2 Responses to “Best Ladies Chunky Cardigans 2012”

  1. I can’t get enough of chunky sweaters — I especially like the hooded variety this year.
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  2. Yeah me too. I love to be cosy in the Winter :)

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