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Our stylists' top sales picks this week

Our stylists' top sales picks this week

Is it just us, or it is much easier to enjoy the sales from the comfort of your sofa? No queues, no scouring through messly piles, no competitive glares from other shoppers – just browsing at your own leisure, and snapping up some of the best looks at prices you’ll want to brag to your friends about. 

But if simply scrolling through the offers gives you flashbacks to more stressful sales experiences, don’t worry – you can still enjoy the new year savings. Our stylists have rummaged the sales for you, and selected their favourite pieces that they’ll think you’ll love too. Whether you’re looking to layer up for your winter walks, or further expand your loungewear repertoire, this is sales shopping at its easiest.

Outerwear

“This denim jacket by Story Mfg can be worn all year round,” says stylist Toby Standing. “It’s perfect for summer evening outerwear, but in winter you can style it as a mid-layer under your big coat.”

“I love the way the utilitarian shape is made elegant with an alternative fabric,” says stylist Artemis Crowley. “This Paul Smith shirt jacket will be a hard-wearing, long-lasting addition to your wardrobe.”

“I always love finding an investment piece on sale, and this Oliver Spencer bomber jacket is so versatile,” says stylist Freddie Kemp.

Sweatshirts

“If you like a simple logo tee, they don’t get better than this Noon Goons sweater.” - Toby

“The colour of this Levi’s crewneck is perfect as we move into spring.” - Freddie

“This Natural Selection sweater is a cool example of a reworked item. It’s a trend that's likely to stick around as we become more climate-conscious.” - Artemis

Knits

“Knitwear is the perfect way to add colour to your look. This jumper by Wax London comes in a great seasonal colour way.” - Artemis

“The rollneck is winter knitwear at its cosiest, especially in this warm orange tone.” - Toby

“I always look for a high neckline on knitwear, like this Far Afield jumper. It sits much better over t-shirts and jackets.” - Freddie

 

Jeans

Dubbleware is a traditional workwear brand with an updated, contemporary, and flattering fit.” - Artemis

“I already own a pair of smart trousers from Officine and the fit is amazing, so have high hopes for the denim range.” - Freddie.

"Ditch the unflattering skinny fits and embrace straight-leg jeans this year. You won’t regret it.” - Toby

Sweatpants

“Since we’re all wearing sweatpants more than ever, why not support small businesses in the process? Invest in a high-quality pair from great independent brands like Oftt.” - Freddie

"Give your worn-out sweats a break. An elevated alternative to sweatpants can make your at-home look feel more considered.” - Artemis

“You can’t go wrong with a classic pair of sweatpants. The muted tone makes these feel more contemporary.” - Toby

Trainers

“I love a retro runner sole, and this pair from Paul Smith come in a cool, unusual colourway.” - Artemis

"The Nike Air Tailwind combines a classic shape with contemporary colours to brighten up dull winter days.” - Toby says.

“Since we’ve got a few more months of cosy dressing ahead of us, I've got my eye on these sneaker/slipper hybrids from Nike x AGC.” - Freddie

Boots

“Not only do these Hudson boots nail the chunky-soles look that’s a must this winter, but they’re also a steal.” - Freddie

"Whatever your style, this sleek Chelsea boot will work to elevate your evening looks.” - Toby

“Common Projects is best known for its minimal trainers, but these hiking-inspired boots take the sleek aesthetic into tougher terrain. They’re ideal if you’re looking for serious function without any compromise on style.” - Artemis


Words: Ella White
Styling: Artemis Crowley, Toby Standing, Freddie Kemp