Have you heard? Right now, you can get up to £20 off all our best coats and knits! So, if you’ve been looking to update your winter wardrobe with some cosy staples, now’s the time to get shopping. To really make the most of the offer, we’d suggest going for a perfectly coordinated coat and knitwear combination, that will look just as good worn together as the pieces will do when styled separately. Keep scrolling to discover and shop our five favourite pairings right now…
1. New neutrals
Neutrals are always a good idea, as they are timeless, versatile and will instantly make you look effortlessly put together. Match the contrast piping on the coat with your knit and accessories and balance the look out with a great pair of bleach blue jeans.
2. It’s a match
Double borg, double pink and double PU all in one outfit might sound like a lot, but the perfect coordination here makes for a great, cohesive winter look. This combination is perfect for a coffee date with friends, because it will keep you warm and looking stylish at the same time.
3. White winter
Take cues from dreamy, snow-covered winter landscapes with a colour palette made up of whites, ecrus and soft greys this season. The key is mixing up different shades to make each piece really stand out. Whether you’ll actually get to see some snow this Christmas or not, this look will always work.
4. Blue sky thinking
A mix of soft blues layered onto a white base look it the easiest way to achieve a classic and timeless cold-weather combination. We love the idea of wearing a lighter shade of blue for your knit with a darker hue on the coat, and then tying it all together with the subtle detailing on your shoes.
5. Cool contrasts
If you love a classic black coat, we suggest going for high-contrast pairings to achieve a look that’s way more exciting than simply going for monochromes. An abstract jumper lends itself perfectly as the starting point, then match up the remaining pieces to the colour scheme it introduces.
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