I am on a constant mission to maximise my wardrobes efficiency. I want to buy timeless pieces which come around season after season rather than trend driven pieces that I’ll be selling within a matter of weeks. If I’m not sure on an item, not 100% sure it’s worth investing in or whether it will stand the test of time I’ll opt for a more budget friendly option like I found myself doing with my coated denim which have since been featured time and time again and only then invest in a higher quality option. The temperature plummeted on Saturday morning and I found myself reaching for a selection of items which I knew would keep me warm whilst also ensuring my style isn’t compromised by the many layers and I thought it was a great opportunity to share those items with you.
F A U X F U R
Fireworks, parties and Christmas light displays, during the Winter months there are still so many reasons that you will find yourself outside and in England that is not somewhere you was to find yourself unprepared. Whenever I find myself in situations like the above I automatically reach for faux fur in any shape or form and luckily for us there are a wide variety of colours, textures and styles to fit any budget.
H A T S
You lose so much heat through the top of your head so naturally hats are everywhere at this time of year and they come in a variety of styles to suit everyone. I picked up this luxurious fedora from Henri Bendel last week as they now offer World Wide shipping. The hat it’s self is the epitome of luxury with its ribboned brim and gold plaque and it arrived in the most stunning striped hat box making Henri Bendel products perfect for Chrismas with beautiful cashmere beanies and faux fur earmuffs that double as headphones they tick a number of my other Winter requirements too.
C O A T E D D E N I M
The more affordable, more flattering and more comfortable sister of the statement Leather trouser, the coated denim jean is an absolute must in my Winter wardrobe. Coated denim instantly transform a simple outfit to that of a much more luxurious look and feel. Adding zips and buckles can introduce a slightly more rock and roll edge.
C H E L S E A B O O T S
Every Winter, without fail, the Chelsea boot style makes a come back across stores, from red soled Louboutins to velour Topshop additions this style of boots comes in many shapes, fabrics and styles to suit everyones wardrobe. I personally love a more gloss leathered finish to add a specialness to an outfit which can be lost when wearing flat shoes instead of heels.
C A S H M E R E
Cashmere has become an absolute necessity in my wardrobe. I bought my first cashmere jumper a few months ago and once you experience the softness and warmth of it, it truly is a struggle to wear anything else at this time of year. As with all things that I choose to spend a little more money on, I opt for “Safe colours” to ensure as much wear as possible.
This Post is in Collaboration with Reward Style but all opinions and products featured are my own.