Guest Post by Alice Lawson

Guest Post by Alice Lawson

Here we go again…..

Sad but true, it’s undoubtedly time to say hello to winter…..

It can be so easy to just throw on our old shabby boots when the weather turns, but this can only work depending on your surroundings. Take a look around you and think about your audience, if you live in the middle of nowhere and your only judges are the local cows and pigs, then yes this may work, but walking through chic Soho in a snow storm wearing something which looks like it was made in the 1920s is a is a completely different story.

Being warm and comfortable this winter doesn’t have to mean wearing your oldest most unfashionable outfits. Winter is here for all of us fashion enthusiasts to get out our fantastic winter coats and snuggly scarfs, and wear stylish boots, which keep our toes from contracting frostbite.

There are hundreds of brands that do cool men’s boots, but I especially like the ones from House of Fraser as they have a huge selection to choose from, and are obviously up to date with our fashion standards. Whether buying for yourself or your lady friend, you won’t be short of choice from this stylish UK retailer.

Unlike others, I like my men to wear matching outfits, but this isn’t always everyone’s cup of tea. Instead of opting for everything black, add a splash of colour to your winter wardrobe, I love dark greens and reds and I think these look really stylish for the winter seasons. One main piece of advice I would say to all of you gentlemen reading, chinos are our women’s Peplum! They go with everything; they can be worn during the summer or winter seasons, and are effortlessly stylish. By putting on pair of cool chinos you have immediately upgraded a standard t-shirt and boots.

However, don’t forget, when picking your winter warmers a matching coat, hat and scarf combination can be just the ticket to completing your over all winter look!

2 thoughts

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