At this point your linen and cotton, and even light weight wool suits, should be comfortably retired to the back of your closet. Time to bring out the wools and tweeds, tradition suiting fabrics that look good while keeping you warm.
The only problem is, these suits can sometimes feel stiff and confining, but it doesn’t always have to be this way. Find an unstructured suit in a wool blend that will give you freedom of movement without leaving you exposed to the cold, and you’re ready for the weekend.
Who says unstructured blazers are only for the summer? When crafted in a heavier fabric, like a slub wool, it will be warm enough for cooler temps, while still hanging on your body and moving with you.
A rich colour paired with a textured knit gives some life and visual interest to the classic shape of a crew neck sweater.
Time to retire the loafer and ankle socks. These are high enough, and with the right amount of elastic to stay up, to wear with any pair of boots.
Leave it to Prada to provide a different take on the Chelsea Boot. Instead of the typical thin sole, this pair has a substantial stacked sole for a fashion forward, yet practical, look.
Golf umbrellas have the word “golf” in them for a reason. Leave them on the green and pick up a smartly patterned, and finished, umbrella for staying dry in the city.
This is a watch you can wear day in and day out, and it will always look good. A steel bracelet is timeless, while the blue face is a trendy touch that won’t go out of style. And it’s clean face shows you the info you really need to know: time, day, and date.