If you're unsure of which items to add to your wardrobe from our winter 2021 collection, our buyers have shared their favourites to help you decide...
A must-have for your winter wardrobe, is a pair of cords as they bring and add texture, richness and effortless style to any outfit. We have teamed our rich teal coloured cord trousers with our striking jacquard knit sweater and quilted coat, all essential casual and wearable pieces to add to your winter wish list.
I love our selection of winter knits. A statement knit will transform the simplest of outfits, just pair them with your favourite trousers or jeans, alternatively treat yourself to our classic trousers or casual cords as well as our mid-length skirts. My favourite statement knits from our winter collection are the embroidered merino wool jumper, textured alpaca blend jumper, Fairisle jumper and natural cotton blend embroidered jumper, so many choices to choose from.
This tonal charcoal coatigan with classic Nordic patterns is a great piece for the Winter, made in a lovely soft lambswool blended with Alpaca. The 29" longer length and colour is so versatile, I really enjoyed researching Nordic patterns to get this combination together hope you enjoy it too.
Working with our Somerset slipper supplier, these lovely natural sheepskin-lined slippers will be sure to keep you warm on a colder day. Handmade in the traditional way with a suede sole, these are a true Heritage piece in our collection.
Made by the shores of Lake Como, this stunning Italian floral scarf features a wonderful floral and leaf-inspired print in the turning colours of the leaves in Fall/Winter, I love the richness of colour in this print.
My favourite pieces this season is from our loungewear collection containing the velour tunic top with snood and trousers. These matching separates in a beautiful shade of powder are perfect all year round. They are luxuriously soft and comfortable and make a great outfit for lounging at home.
Which is your favourite piece from our winter 2021 collection? Let us know in the comments below...