Naturally Burberry Prorsum championed the trend with tweed takes on their classic trenches, tweed pencil skirts and the obligatory quirky British edge in leather accessories in both the traditional darker shades, and bright sunshine yellow.
For a touch of sunshine in my own winter wardrobe I plan to go to Theyskens’ Theory and this warm, mustard-y knitted jumper.
If you fancy stepping up the look, pairing a chunky Brit-style knit like this with leather skinny jeans like these below, from Gucci, will give a rock’n’roll edge to the ensemble.
For a touch of tweed, Paul & Joe Sister have the answer with this mini skirt in green, cream and metallic-lined black.
Pair with a cream blouse or fine knit for on trend work-wear, alternatively, keep warm the way the country set do, in one of this autumn’s gilets. This red and black checked felt vest from Marni is a winner.
With leather trim, it is quilted in feather down to keep you snug as anything throughout the cold season. To finish off any rustic chic look, a pair of chelsea boots will always do the trick. This pair from Opening Ceremony are top of my wishlist. Whether for country pursuits or stalking London streets, they definitely tick all my boxes!