Outerwear Guide: For Her
3 October 2019
When temperatures drop and sunshine is swapped for showers, you need outerwear that can keep up.
Autumn’s rain showers and bracing winds are on the horizon, but with outerwear this stylish, we don’t mind a bit. Cosy, detail-driven and effortlessly wearable, these are picks designed with the elements in mind. Get out there.
Feeling the breeze? As the weather cools, our bestselling gilet is the must-have layering piece you need in your wardrobe. Filled with down feathers for unbeatable warmth, we’ve finished it off with a detachable hood for whatever-the-weather versatility. Snap poppers and a branded zip fastening will keep in the heat, while the ribbed sleeves are designed with comfort in mind. Pull it on over your favourite Breton, then pop up the hood to show off the fluffy faux-fur trim.
Unreliable weather, meet a reliably wearable coat. Protect against sudden showers with a Parka coat that will go with everything you already have in your wardrobe. Super lightweight and easy to stash in your backpack, we’ve kept this versatile number unlined so you can have it on hand for autumn’s unpredictable downpours. The hidden drawstring waist lends a flattering silhouette, and we’ve added storm flaps to the pockets to keep your essentials dry. Layer over your favourite Salcombe jumper for a pop of colour.
British weather? Bring it on. Cheer up the dreariest of days with our bright red Witney jacket. Finished with a showerproof coating, we’ve added a fleece lining to the toggle hood to shield against frosty winds. Zips on the chest pockets and poppers on the side pair protect your things against the elements, while adjustable snap buttons on the cuffs help to keep in the heat. Team with a cosy flannel shirt and jeans for an ensemble that makes braving the weather worth it. Because when your coat looks this good, why would you want to stay in.
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