Get Ready for the Colder Months ahead with our Winter Style EDIT
As the weather slowly takes a bitter turn for the worse and the nation’s meteorologists warn of impending doom, we face the daunting task of sourcing suitable attire in the face of this years ‘beast from the east’, known for now as a ‘Scandinavian blast’ (we thought that was something else too).
Yes, while style and summer are an effortless fit, autumn itself is also a great time for the fashion-conscious, but arctic winds and dropping temperatures are a nightmare to navigate sartorially speaking. One thing’s for sure, if your head and hands are warm you should be good to go, so we’ve decided to trawl the trends and pick out a few choice accessories that’ll leave you nice and toasty in all the right places. Men, it’s our Winter Style EDIT.
This rather handsome olive coloured fleece piece from Japanese hatmakers Cableami is about as stylish and individual as any hat you’ll find this year. We like it a lot.
A good beanie is like a good wallet, you’ll never leave the house without it, in these colder months at least. Even more so when it’s made from merino wool and knitted in a wee workshop in bonnie Scotland.
If it’s good value you’re after then this seasonally toned knitted beanie from Thread is the hat for you. They let you try before you buy, but there’ll be no need to send this one back.
Not to be seen on Premier League footballers, but a decent snood is a worthwhile investment, especially this red chunky ribbed number. Part of Uniqlo’s insulating Heattech range.
This oversized purl knit scarf from Zara is the perfect winter style accessory. We like this brandy coloured option, but there’s a tone to suit every mood.
The Idle Man is a one-stop-shop for all of your sartorial needs and we’ve picked out this wool rib-knit scarf from Carhartt that comes in black with a salt and pepper finish.
The alternative winter style choice for those that want a less restrictive hand warming option. These fingerless knitted wool gloves from Tiger of Sweden are great, like most stuff these guys do. Check them out.
We love Dakine and their range of outdoor gear is perfect for those who lead an active life. Moreover, there’s no sacrificing when comes to the style stakes, like these traditional looking knit gloves with a contemporary twist. Really warming and comfortable.
These signature stripe knitted cashmere gloves are typical Paul Smith, which means bursts of colour, stylish stripe design and the best in quality.
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