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Having lived in the countryside for half a decade now, I’d like to think that I know a thing or two about ‘casual country clothing.’ After all, it only takes one walk to the local pub through a muddy field to realise that so many items of clothing aren’t practical out here!
Which is why I’ve rounded up my favourite country attire below that blend practicality and country style with ease. From Holland Cooper and Fairfax & Favour to my trusty Dubarry boots, these are my favourite pieces from my favourite brands for the seasons ahead.
Holland Cooper are the masters of tailored country attire that allow you to flit between town and country with ease. As I mentioned in a recent Instagram reel, I find myself gravitating back to their iconic Paddington Jacket because it’s so versatile and can be worn paired with jeans and one of their classic, country fleeces on a dog walk to the pub but it looks just as good draped over my shoulders to and from meetings in the city. Personally, I’d always opt for their staple country pieces (most notably, their fleeces and gilets) because they’re such good quality, so flattering and will last for years to come.
If you’re planning a country getaway this Autumn, Fairfax & Favor will ensure that you look and feel the part. From their wool ‘Beatrice’ blazer in plum to their stunning new capes, I’ve fallen in love with so much of their new range. It’s like they read my mind when designing their latest accessory range too. Be it the tan leather ‘Moulton’ belt to the ‘Buckingham’ crossbody bag, I was so excited for the pieces below to arrive and can hand on heart say that in no way, shape or form did they dissapoint! Though technically, this post is dedicated to human country clothing, Porter and Berkeley are loving their new leather dog collars too!
And finally, the boots that I can’t see myself ever parting ways with. This photo was taken in April 2019 and I love them just as much today as I did back then. The best investment if you live or are visiting the countryside this autumn/winter. They’re waterproof, they’re sturdy, they’re comfortable and they’re flattering. There’s not a dog walk I’m without them at this time of year.