Frescobol Carioca Track Trousers
You know it’s brass monkeys outside when even Rio-based resort brand Frescobol Carioca starts turning out more than just bats, balls and beach shorts. Expanding its apparel range, the label has launched new activewear styles including loopback cotton joggers.
Available at Frescobol Carioca, priced £175.
Toms X The Hill-Side Chukka Boots
Continuing its do-good-look-good approach, everyone’s favourite ethical brand Toms has partnered with Brooklyn-based menswear label The Hill-Side. The collection – made up of footwear, eyewear and accessories – is crafted using exclusive Japanese fabrics, such as the rugged yet refined herringbone tweed on the crepe sole Mateo chukka boots.
Available at Toms, priced £99.99.
River Island Green Velvet Bomber Jacket
Get velvet right and you’re well on your way to owning party season. No one wants to be all dressed up with nowhere to go though, so apply the same old-school panache to your everyday outerwear with this luxe-looking bomber jacket.
Available at River Island, priced £70.
Had enough of recent world events? Planning to go live in the mountains? We don’t blame you. Just make sure you bring the right gear. A pair of snowboots from DSquared2’s first ever ski collection is a good place to start thanks to their robust lumberjack toolings and faux fur lining.
Available at DSquared2, priced £230.
Admiral Green Tartan Brushed Shirt
Admiral, the sportswear brand that used to make England football kits, is enjoying a stellar second half after returning from its locker room hiatus. Kicking off this season, the brand has launched its first collection to include smart pieces like button-down brushed cotton shirts. They thought it was all over…
Available at Tu Clothing, priced £22.
Jaeger Wool Wide Stripe Sweater
Be the most stylish guy on the slopes with Jaeger’s 1960s-inspired après-ski collection. The line-up includes bold and graphic separates like this weighty three-gauge ribbed knit. On second thoughts, it’s far too nice to be hitting the black runs in. We’ll be in the cabin with a drink.
Available at Jaeger, priced £110.
Pringle Striped Lambswool Scarf
Pringle is to knitwear what Levi’s is to denim. The centuries-old Scottish firm coined the term back in 1905 and is now starting a new chapter with the launch of its own online store. So now it’s even easier to shop things like its range of scarves, which add just the right amount of ballast when battling the cold commute.
Available at Pringle, priced £90.