Winter style 2021-2022

The need for style in winter is just as important as in summer. But, how can we dress up for winter with falling temperatures and foul weather? makes sure you are prepared. This season, we have new, exclusive pieces in jacquard, wool and fur that will keep you comfortable without letting your style go. In fact, we maintain that winter can be the most stylish season of them all. Here is how.

Warm, stylish tweed

Synonymous with classy outerwear, tweed is a natural choice for winter. It will keep you warm and good-looking when the temperatures drop regardless of whether you are heading out in the countryside or the city.

Getting your hands on a new tweed jacket and matching vest is an easy update of your winter wardrobe. Gipsy tweed vest and Jazz tweed jacket lux

Shiny party looks

A standout look for a party or fun event can begin with making interesting fabrics work together. One such combination is shiny velvet and silk shirts – of which we have several. One example that always works is the Jazz shirt in beige.

Match liberally with necklaces and chokers to complete the look. Jazz shirt and velvet skirt.

Invest in fur for winter

Tweed, jacquard and fur are some of the most exclusive fabrics around. They keep their shine, shape and style almost for eternity. Therefore, these are not just investment pieces for you, but clothes that are used by several generations. This season, we mix these fabrics with great effect.

The St.Petersburgo vest combines jacquard and fur. You can find it in the eshop in two versions – a golden and a reddish hue.

St.Petersburgo vest

Find your dream coat St.Petersburg coat in green tweed

The coat trend is not going away soon. Last year, there were a lot of puffed versions around. For those who are looking for something more classical, has a variety of long and short coats that you will not find anywhere else.

To the question: How to dress up for winter? The returning answer is most likely to be: Find your dream coat and you are ready. Easy as that.

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