Welcome to Winter

Here’s how you look cool while keeping warm and comfy.

Get the most out of your wardrobe staples this season. From layering breezy colour-blocked jackets and crewnecks to rethinking how you accessorise, creating scene-stealing looks is a no brainer with our guide to winter fire.

Written by Neil Buchner

As the winter chill draws near, you’ll want your seasonal drip to bring you comfort, warmth, and versatility. After all, when you look good, you feel good.

The new Markham winter range marries our signature up-to-the-minute style with cosiness, to serve you winter essentials perfect for creating scene-stealing looks.

Layer it Up

In addition to making it easier to regulate your body temperature, layering will give you a lot of room to experiment with your style, while enhancing the overall comfort and fit of your winter looks.

At its core, this practice will come down to the right blend of fabrics. Our advice? Layer a street-ready hoodie with a fleece or sleeveless puffer jacket and a breezy overshirt, top it off with some comfy but stylish joggers and a pair of trendy kicks, and braving the cold with finesse will be effortless.

Accessorise to Mesmerise

Accessories are an excellent way to add some flair to your winter ensembles and a certain route to turning heads.

Why not pair a slick black polo-neck with a matching leather jacket, a dapper set of Chelsea boots and a pair of form-fitting patterned trousers, then spruce it up by accessorising with a colour-blocked cap? It’s the ideal addition to a street-ready look and the easiest way to balance a bold or icy co-ord. 

You could even blend a bold crewneck with a contrasting trench coat, leather pants and a well-deployed bucket hat for an ageless getup that’s guaranteed to leave an impression long after you’ve left the room.

Suit The Times

Wearing a suit can feel like a ban on self-expression at times, but it really doesn’t have to be.

Turn your suit into the subtle fashion statement you crave by matching a suave neutral coloured checked pants and blazer combo with a dark sweater, then throw in some gold-rimmed shades. Seal the deal with an untucked slim fit button up, and you’ll have the ideal mix of laid-back appeal and charming professionalism.

A colder climate requires a different approach to styling. It can be challenging to pair comfortable clothes without skimping on aesthetics. Our winter style guide will help you get the most out of your seasonal outfits.