WHEN YOU’RE AFTER BEAUTY AND WARMTH

Spring is still keeping us waiting. Luckily, there’s fashion around which doesn’t just look good, it also keeps you warm. A short but sweet edition for women.

Hang out

Spring is still keeping us waiting. Luckily, there’s fashion around which doesn’t just look good, it also keeps you warm. A short but sweet edition for women.
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relax

The Italian label Semicouture does street style with strong silhouettes, which almost looks elegant. These sweatpants have a high percentage of fleece wool, are soft, incredibly flattering and versatile. www.semicouture.it

lighten up

There’s a drawback to warm pullovers sometimes: it doesn’t take them long to get really heavy. This mohair pullover from the label House of Dagmar is light, sits loosely and has a couple of delicate holes in the sleeves so that it doesn’t look too traditional.
www.houseofdagmar.com

snuggle

Alpacas are really modest, friendly camels which live in the Andes, and their wool is some of the very best to wear in the winter. In the form of “Zapitown”, this soft wool knitted dress from the label American Vintage, for example.
www.americanvintage-store.com

keep warm

Japanese label Uniqlo is known for the high quality of its easy-to-combine basics. This sleeveless jacket is light, doesn’t bulk you up if you wear it as an extra layer under a coat, and can be folded up into a small tube which fits in any average-sized handbag.
www.uniqlo.com

 

glide

This winter, the shoes which are far from slim-line are making a big comeback: moon boots. According to legend, they are supposed to bring the weightlessness of space into the winter of our world. Fans swear by the combination of warmth and softness, anyway.
www.moon-boot.com

step out

Boots which are not only beautiful and sturdy but also warm are not that easy to find. Especially not if you need them quickly. So take note of the name “Samantha Hiker”!
thefryecompany.com

 

wrap up

For inside and out: incredibly soft alpaca scarves from the German label “Etiqueta Blanca”, which gets its alpaca wool directly from animal herding families in Peru.
www.etiquetablanca.de

cover up

A mohair woolly hat could hardly be simpler than this one from the Danish label Moss.
www.mosscopenhagen.com