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Wardrobe essentials for February (make sure to include outerwear)

Wet, windy and cold – that’s the weather prediction for February from the Met Office, so things are looking pretty bleak. Fear not though, as we’ll help you get your wardrobe in order now with some essential pieces to see you stylishly through to spring. Here’s our wardrobe essentials for February that you won’t be able to live without.

Boots

No one likes to have frostbitten toes, but thankfully we have a fantastic selection of men’s leather boots to see you through effortlessly from commute to boardroom while protecting your feet from the elements. These boots are made using only the finest quality leather with Goodyear welted rubber soles for a waterproof, warm and sophisticated footwear option this February. Try on a pair today – our customers love the versatile Barker Calder with brogue detailing across the toe and the Loake Kempton chukka boot for a more relaxed weekend style.

Coat

You can’t expect to survive the season without at least one coat in your repertoire, and for February we would advise that you invest in a quality trench or pea coat that you can wear to work to protect your suit or clothes underneath. You would be advised to pick a dark colour that you can wear regularly – navy, grey and green are all good choices, and check for high quality materials and good lining to ensure it sees you through the worst of the weather.

Outerwear accessories

Time to treat yourself to a new hat, scarf and gloves combination to protect yourself from the dreary weather. Check out our customer favourite Hata Vintage Herringbone Tweed Cap which looks great paired with a tweed coat and pair of leather brogues, and these hand sewn leather gloves by Draper will definitely keep your mitts toasty.

Woollen jumpers

Layering is essential for keeping you warm, but it’s a tricky skill to master without looking too bulky. The best thing to do here is keep the layers thin but use clever fabrics – cashmere is excellent for keeping the heat in without looking too big, and a mix of cotton and wool will be great at keeping you warm outside, without having to peel off all the layers as soon as you get indoors again.

Flannel shirts

These shirts are showing no signs of going away soon – and thank goodness! For flannel is an excellent material at keeping you warm, and paired with thick denim jeans and a pair of chukka boots it also makes a great stylish addition to your wardrobe this February. It’s available across many high street stores in a variety of colours and patterns so find the style that’s right for you.

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