by - September 03, 2013





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So yet again, classic Camel/Tan shades are huge for winter and its no surprise the high street are lapping it up. Make a dash for this classic coat, which is a snip at that price, especially when Burberry sent out a casmire camel confection which at £895 isn't everyones budget (See Here). If patterns more your thing, this Beige take is a easier addition to any wardrobe and would look killer teamed with rolled up skinny jeans and the Tan brogues by Topman.


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New Balance M670 Sbn Shoes
Burgundy is back and more daring then ever this season. Think colour contrasts such as crisp white shirts with a shock of red at Topman, or teamed with casual laidback seperates such as the styling at Zara. Shoes wise, this season is all about the statement trainers, which offer practicality but also a stylish edge, such as this  deep red pair of New Balance's who have had an astounding rebound this year in the popularity stakes.
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Muttonhead Toque Beanie
It may be grey, but its far from dull. Think Versace-esque, Givenchy-esque Roman style t-shirt's, as seen brilliantly at Zara who never fail to take new seasons idea's and create individual pieces. Or conjure up unusual prints such as marble, which gives a quirky edge to the average shirt and jeans combo thanks to Topman. Also, just because its cold doesn't mean headgear goes bland, especially with chunky knit beanies, that'll add edge, but also warmth to any A/W outfit. Luckily, grey is also a great base colour for the other 2 must have colours, making them pop and be centre of attention!





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