How to get through this winter?
There’s no quick answer to that and the question is very vague, but how do we get through the winter through fashion? That’s more specific.
As you can tell the ice skating rings are back on again, the lights in the city are up, the TV ads show hot chocolate and Christmas trees, at this point you know there’s no turning back from the mighty cold winter. I personally, due to circumstances, am able to get away from it maybe for a week or two, but winter is here to stay for many more months to come and this is only the beginning.
Wearing Le Chameau Boots, Spoke London Pants, Zara Coat and Uniqlo Jumper.
So if you think about it too much you’re not going to go through it happy, so you might as well just enjoy it!
How do I cope with it? I tried all the Starbuck’s lattes and hot chocolates with all sorts of flavours that are either Christmasy or wintery or whatever you want to call them, and I’ve also started booking flights for Christmas. This year its the year when I spend a lot of quality time with my family and I make sure I don’t miss out on any beautiful memory after a rollercoaster year.
So what’s more to say? Winter is here, let’s deal with it?
From a fashion point of view I’ve always liked the colder season because of the overlaying that brings much more to the look, so why not make the most out of it? This season aviator jackets are pretty much on trend and clearly oversized parkas are a thing as well. #Streetstyle can be warm and cozy and you don’t have to run around underdressed just to look “cool” for the gram.
So coming back to feeling warm, this winter staying warm is a must have with no exception.
I always wanted an aviator jacket and now most of the retailers, from affordable generic ones to the more high-end ones have them in their current ’18 collection.
Furthermore, for the countryside trip I got my Le Chameau boots out and they are more useful than they’ve ever been for the muddy places I like to explore for my photography.
Le Chameau are the only rubber boots to be handmade by a single master bootmaker, each pair is unique. Using the highest quality materials and with a range of iconic and innovative styles, Le Chameau Maîtres Bottiers have been making our boots by hand for over 90 years.
Now coming back to the city, you want to feel a bit more somber, or at least I did on Saturday when I went out and one hour after I as all soaked due to the rain, but I guess you don’t move to London for the weather , do you? Anyway, my winter must have is also the Nobis parka which I’m very happy with.
I was wearing Nobis last year as well and this year I am sure that it’s the best choice. I know for a fact their collection is doing really well this season since all my friends in other countries chose Nobis for this winter.
Make sure you check their designs and explore their current collection as it’s something not to miss out on!
CREATING CONSCIENTIOUSLY AND ETHICALLY.“We create the finest outerwear, always carefully considering our materials, practices, and facilities. Our performance textiles have distinct ethical properties. We use premium Canadian origin white duck down, ethically sourced and processed in association with Downmark. Additionally, our fur is purchased through the NAFA under very stringent regulations. We also consider how you will care for your nobis products. nobis jackets can be home laundered, meaning there is no need for dry cleaning. After a decade, creating conscientiously remains an important aspect of what we do.”
Why do I like Nobis? Not only for this winter parka obviously, but also for their entire work and legacy in general.
As I’m a big fan of Canada since my stay there when I was 11, a brand like Nobis is close to me and and I’m happy to share it with my readers and audience on social media, just because I believe in it.
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“Ten years in with a presence in over 40 countries, nobis takes performance textiles and technological innovations for outerwear, footwear and accessories, and applies them to timeless silhouettes that can take you anywhere. Move from the mountains to the city streets, exploring the wilderness or trying a new menu. Walk, drive, cycle or fly anywhere, any time with sophistication and comfort. Wanderlust is encouraged. We want you to embrace your passions and live a dynamic life. Take yourself places, embracing the elements.”
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