Despite the obvious drop in temperature, winter dressing doesn’t mean we must abandon pretty tops, dresses and skirts. In fact, quite the contrary – we’re embracing them this season. All that’s required are some sensible layers to ensure you’re not a shivering wreck in your new folk dress. To help inspire you, we’ve pulled together our favourite pieces from the new season collections to wear this winter. Hover over the images to shop!
M I D I F O L K D R E S S
The end of summer shouldn’t initiate the mass vacuum-packing of perfectly wearable midi dresses. Especially none with long sleeves. In winter, the simple and very fashion-forward addition of a roll neck instantly lengthens the life of whatever item it’s accompanying. Plus, you end up with a very ‘considered’ looking outfit. Layering is life, people. Style with a navy leather biker (a super chic move on from black), a cross-body bag and jazzy heeled ankle boots – ideal for office to out occasions.
M O N O O V E R C O A T
Much like dresses, blouses don’t have to be written off at the first sign of frost. A smart winter coat is an essential investment, leather jackets or lightweight trench coats won’t be warm enough over a lightweight top. On trend checks aside, the oversize shape and hard wearing fabric of our mono overcoat make it a practical wardrobe addition for both day and night. For extra style points, cape it over a Victoriana blouse and leather-look trousers – finishing with a pop of red on the lips and feet.
A S Y M M E T R I C S K I R T
Whether you’re braving the chill of no tights or embracing 100 denier cosiness, the asymmetric skirt is a versatile addition you’ll be surprised you’ve managed to cope without! We’ve opted for the off-duty look here with a nonchalantly festive sweater, statement red puffa and everyone’s favourite kicks. A double pom beanie and trendy circle bag keep this look firmly routed in fashion without taking things too seriously – the perfect combination if you ask us!