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Our stylists’ favourite new arrivals for November

Our stylists’ favourite new arrivals for November

When it comes to choosing what to wear, this year we’ve been craving comfort. In between adapting to work-from-home life and spending more social time outdoors, we’ve been navigating Zoom-appropriate hoodies and the sweatpants we don’t mind being seen in – and in winter, that feeling comes in stronger than ever. 

So as the temperature starts to drop, our stylists are already reaching for chunky knits and comfy layers, cosy hats and cushy overcoats. Not stocked up for the season yet? Well grab a hot water bottle and blanket, and take note of these cold-weather essentials that will keep you toasty through winter.

1. APC Flynn Checked Mac

Photographed: A.P.C. Flynn Checked Mac (£449)

“I'm really into the shape and silhouette of macs this season,” says stylist Toby Standing. “They work really well as the outerwear choice for almost any style or look. This check is subtle and not overly contrasting, which gives it a more wearable edge over louder patterns. If you’re into a vintage look, wear it with a rollneck and messy ‘70s rock-and-roll hair.”

2. S.N.S. Herning Fisherman Rollneck

“The rollneck has to be the cosiest piece of clothing there is,” says stylist Artemis Crowley. “I love this one by S.N.S Herning because it’s chunky and textured, but not bulky so it's great for layering. It comes in the most versatile colour ways, but I love navy for a rich, wintery feel.”

3. Oliver Spencer Moorland Gilet

“This gilet is the perfect throw-on piece for colder weather,” says stylist  Millie Rich. “I love gilets for their practical benefits, but this one has a great texture without being too bulky, which is hard to find. It will look great as an outer-layer over a sweatshirt or hoodie, or worn under a coat to add more interest as a mid-layer.”

4. Colourful Standard Merino Wool Beanie

“I've had this beanie for a year or so now and it's lasted really well,” says stylist Freddie Kemp. “The wool is super soft and keeps its shape better than any other beanie I've owned. I've been growing my hair, so it's been used a lot recently! It may be time to invest in a few more colours.” 

5. Fred Perry x G.H. Bass Penny Loafers

Photographed: Fred Perry G.H. Bass Penny Loafer (£145)

“I'm really into loafers right now – the chunkier the better,” says stylist Izzy Harvey. “I love this G.H. Bass x Fred Perry collab. The subtle contrast stripe detail and the dark oxblood tone is what makes them special. A chunky pair like this will look great styled with white socks and washed-out jeans.”


Words: Ella White