A closet overhaul — or restock — adds up, so save when you shop your winter capsule wardrobe with these Amazon, Free People, Anthropologie and Net-A-Porter discount codes.
The best winter coats are selling out fast! & Other Stories’ teddy wool jacket delivers sophisticated teddy bear vibes, and is great quality for the price. If you want to snag a high-quality style for less than £100, be sure to check out options from Marks and Spencer. Their sub-£90 leather trench coat is a fashion editor must (and looks endlessly more expensive than it actually is). For more of a splurge, consider a piece from Reiss Atelier, Rains or or Totême – a buzzy brand our senior shopping editor loves.
For most people, the underpinning of a well-rounded wardrobe is a perfectly fitting T-shirt. White is a universal choice, though heather grey and black is the fashion must of the season. The below are GLAMOUR-editor and -reader favourites, covering all bases. From heavyweight relaxed-fit tees to slim-fit crew necks. My favourite of late? GANNI’s slogan t-shirts which add a bit of ~something~ to my jeans, tee, cardigan and blazer combo.
The Winter Leggings
The time for warm leggings is now. Lululemon’s Align pants aren’t the thickest of the bunch, but they hold up just fine when paired with a long coat or puffer. If you’re after a pair of fleece lined leggings, Marks’ Heatgen Medium Fleece Thermal Leggings are a bestseller for good reason: lightweight yet so warm, stretchy and high-waisted. Obsessed.
Whether worn alone, or underneath a button-up shirt, a sweater, or ski clothing, a base top is a lightweight nonnegotiable. It helps you hold on to heat but can also be taken off if it ends up being one too many layers.
The easiest way to tap into the red and grey colour trend of the season is with a knit — and we’re loving the ones from & Other Stories, H&M Premium and Arket. Rails and Aligne also have great everyday knitwear options for minimalists and maximalists alike.
Bundle up in one of the season’s best duvet coats — Vuori has a great active option, Grace Beverley’s TALA just released a convertible iteration which made over £1million in sales in its first hour live, while a North Face puffer jacket will be an investment you enjoy for years to come.
As seen at the runways of Isabel Marant, Gucci, Versace and Chanel, silver is big news this season. And one scroll down your Instagram feed will prove that silver trousers are the way to wear it. Pair with trainers, an oversized grey knit and a woolen black blazer for a low-effort, high-impact lunch outfit.
If a designer bag is on your holiday wish list, consider Khaite’s new sell-out Greta bag which will take you from day to night in one fell swoop. With a mid-range budget, Coach’s metallic update on their bestselling Tabby bag is a fun way to inject luxury-approved silver into your accessories wardrobe, and on the high street the Melie Bianco bags stocked at Anthropologie are affordable and very chic dupes for a certain Italian label.
The Slip-On Shoes
The window for wearing mules and slip-ons is a short one, so maximise this time with a design that’s foolproof to style. Ugg’s platform slipper is treaded and raised enough that you won’t mind wearing it out of the house, but if you can’t bear to pack up your Arizonas, opt for its shearling-lined cousin and style it with fuzzy socks from Amazon.
You might be not walking as much in winter as you did in the fall, but when you do venture out for your daily walks (and you don’t need boots), you want to make sure it’s something cute, comfy, and not entirely porous — few things are worse than realising your sneakers are too ventilated and your socks too thin after you’ve left the house.