Cosy Fashion for Winter 2020

This winter, Outdoors is the new Indoors, and getting cosy doesn't just mean getting as close to the patio heaters as possible. Here's Florrie Alexander's guide to the best clothes to get cosy in this Christmas.

With indoor festive parties pretty much off the table, our wish lists are filling up with knits and loungewear to comfortably transition from Autumn to Winter. Not only is winter a time to stay cosy, but for those of us willing to brave the cold to meet friends outside, warm layers are more important than ever.

Kitri Studio

Kitri Studio

Make a statement by mixing red and pink. Kitri Studio’s eye for detail remains prevalent with the pearl-tipped quarter zip. Either complete the look with matching alpaca blend shorts, or layer under a coat for outdoor pastimes.


Perci - Fruit MedleyRails Clothing

Add whimsy and warmth to your wardrobe in one with Rails Clothings fruit medley. We hear it counts as one of your five a day.

Knitts jumper


For a more classic look Knitss bomber jacket is perfect to dress up loungewear for zoom calls with friends, or the finishing layer that checks all the boxes of style and statement.

Aria Ombre JumperOlivia Rubin

Add some colour to darker days with Olivia Rubin’s ombre jumper. This pastel perfection is as soft and colourful as cotton candy. 

Reserved Sweater


If cardigans are more your speed Reserved has the sweetest selection. Match pale green with floral embroidery to keep summer from being a distant memory whilst staying warm and cosy this winter.


Zara Ribbed Knit Cardigan


Co-ords are not just a summer trend, they’re here for fall and winter. This set of cardigan, vest and trousers are also made from 25% recycled wool and come in striking azure blue.

And here’s a list of our favourite winter coats this season.





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