The start of the autumn winter stock usually sees the trend setters among us adding to our wardrobes ready for the chilly weather, so if you’re wondering what’s going to be hot this autumn and winter then wonder no more, as we’re going to quickly review the must haves. With the weather set to be as cold if not colder than last winter there is a lot of emphasis on the ‘outdoor look’ with Penfield set to rule the world of the on trend winter coat. The colours will reflect the autumn shades with green, brown and khaki set to feature big this year, and the thick padded and quilted winter coats be matched with chunky knitwear, beige chinos and brown boots. Of course there will be a few variations on this, with the green rain mac also making an appearance for the chilly autumn showers. I’ve seen a version from G Star already with Fred Perry, Pretty Green and Paul Smith all set to follow suit in the next couple of months. Another key look this winter will include wellington boots, with your chinos tucked in and a paddock jacket keeping the chill out. Top off with a flat cap for the truly authentic outdoor feel and style.
So this might be a bit alien to you at the moment, as you look out of the window and see the sunshine, or are still getting about in your shorts and flip flops but the weather will soon change, and this will be your chance to show off your new autumn and winter trend, rather than be one of the people who follow suit in October or November. Be on trend from the start and keep a close eye on top brands such as Timberland, Penfield, Luke 1977, Levis, Criminal Damage, Paul Smith, Lacoste and Henri Lloyd when looking to complete the winters look.
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