Feeling Cosy, Looking Fab!

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Winter style is all about layering – not only do you stay warm inside and cool outdoors but you also keep right on trend. But nailing the look can be harder than first thought. With such an abundance of textures, patterns and styles available on the high street – how do you know which pieces will pair together perfectly?

Well fear not – autumn/winter range is full of gorgeous pieces that can be mixed and matched to create a gorgeous layered look – any time! From classic buys such as polo necks and comfy jeans to something a bit different – like this season’s must-have faux fur – there’s a buy to suit every style, taste and budget this season.

Think the trend isn’t for you? Think again! If you tend to stay away from dresses and skirts, then the stylish trousers from JD Williams worn with layered pieces are your perfect buy. And if you prefer to cosy up in dresses with tights, simply pop on a stylish polo neck and layer away!

But this trend isn’t just about finding the perfect autumn/winter pieces – you have to know how to style them, too. Which is where we step in. Keep reading for a masterclass in autumn/winter layering…

Winter colour
Don’t want to stick to boring neutrals and dull black? No problem – it’s so easy to introduce colour to your wardrobe, even in the winter months. Colour block in berry jeans and a pine-green beaded tunic (forget everything you’ve heard about which colours ‘go’ – we’re ripping up the style rulebook). Add a layer of warmth with a simple white shirt – a layering must-have. Finish the look with stylish tall boots, a shopper and a stand-out fedora.
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Monochrome plus
New to layering? Start with the basics, and then begin to add something more daring. Monochrome is the perfect way to nail the trend – black, white and grey are always chic. Fancy something more, well, fancy? Add some glamour with a jeweled blouse, silver flats (so comfy) and a pink gilet.
, £35. , £26. , £45. , £75. , £18. , £20.

Loop the loop
Good news for those that love to wrap up warm – chunky knits are so on-trend right now. Textures are key to layering, so top off a sleek pencil skirt and simple roll neck with a chunky cardie and big boucle scarf.
, £18. , £28. , £18. , £28. , £45.

Fringe benefits
Ready to embrace boho? It’s the biggest trend of the season, and the good news is, it works for everyone. The easiest way to start is with some tassled accessories. Mix this bag with a plunge dress, biker jacket and faux fur stole and you’ve got instant wow!
, £18. , £45. , £59. , £30. , £35. , £69.

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