This year has brought us a variety of winter jackets in multiple diverse styles. We have picked some of our favourite winter outerwear worn by you.
The Parka Jacket- It has forever been a staple piece for any winter wardrobe, but with Timberland boots making a huge comeback this year, we’ve picked the versatile, fleece lined “Earthkeeper Parka Jacket”. Now available online athttp://www.timberlandonline.co.uk/
The Varsity Jacket- American baseball style Varsity jackets and tops have had UK fashion designers creating a variation of themed apparel. We picked the quality PXL Varsity made with heavy British wool. With this particular design PXL have replaced the common varsity “poppers” with buttons and also added a hidden inside pocket to give it a unique and authentic feel. http://www.pxlclothing.com/
The Denim Jacket- This year has seen a rise in demand for vintage and retro styled clothes and also an increase in mixed denim outfits and apparel. One of the most sought after items from this rise in popularity is the vintage inspired, denim fleece lined jackets, which have been interpreted by many clothing companies, including high street brands such as Topshop and River Island. If you are looking for something slightly more genuine check out vintage clothes site Rockit, for a range of denim jackets for both men and women, with designers including Levis and Brody. http://www.rokit.co.uk/
The Rain Mac- King apparel is a well established UK fashion company starting up almost a decade ago and being the first brand to work alongside New Era producing a variety of snapbacks. Their rain macs are quality designed being both wind and waterproof, great for those that spend most of their time outdoors facing volatile British weather. Our favourites are their “Letterman Rain Mac” in camouflage and “Krest Black Rain Mac” below. Take a look at the complete collection http://www.king-apparel.com/
The Leather Jacket- Another must have item and available in a variety of styles including bombers, blazers and biker jackets. With a variety of high street, designer and street wear clothing brands producing these we have chosen All Saints as our top pick with multiple variations on this simple piece.You can visit them online at http://www.allsaints.com/.
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