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Elevate your duvet days with a dressing gown. Anyone serious about their relaxation time should have one in their wardrobe. Not yet discovered the perfect cocooning essential? We're here with some fluffy inspiration.

An around-the-house essential, choose from fleece, towelling and hooded styles in neutral shades such as navy, white, black and grey. If you fancy something a little more sophisticated for breakfasting in style, opt for a kimono robe. Perfect for both men and women, the dressing gown of your dreams is only a click away.



• Rethink your summer dress collection. You might think that you can't wear a floral dress in the winter, however paired with a chunky knit cardigan or jumper and some high knee boots, this look will take you effortlessly into a new season.

• Embrace a gilet. Practical looking and most certainly cosy when the weather turns sub-zero, layer over leather jackets and light blazers for a winter-worthy look. Whether you opt for navy, camel or black styles, the gilet can be a great alternative to a thick winter coat.

• There's nothing cosier than a rollneck. Wear under shirts, V-neck or sleeveless dresses when the colder weather sets in.



T-shirts can be worn when it gets cooler, think of them as a base layer. They can also give an otherwise plain looking outfit a burst of colour, for example a white breton tee under a navy coloured coat.

• Summer’s smart-casual polo shirts still look smart even in the winter. Lightweight and breathable, the polo shirt is a top player in your transitional line-up. Wear under jackets then switch to a longer-sleeved version for a late-autumn look.

• A denim jacket isn’t just a mid-layer or an outer layer, it's a fashion hero. For a cosy, winter outfit, wear over a hoodie or roll neck, or under a blazer or overcoat.

Gilets also work just as well in the male wardrobe as they do in the women's. Practical and weather-appropriate, layer a gilet over long-sleeved tops and shirts. A great alternative to a thick winter coat, opt for navy, camel or black styles.

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