The 10 Best seasonal accessories
You may not be ready to leave your winterwear behind, but you can still put a spring in your step with these buys
Sunday 13 January 2013
£100, J Crew, mrporter.com
This classy red cashmere scarf is the perfect garment for keeping warm in January, whether you wear it with a suit and overcoat or with a denim jacket and chinos.
Launched in 1989, the Boxfresh streetwear label has inspired a generation. Its desert boots come in a navy waxed canvas making them ideal for wet weather.
Pantharella has made socks for men since 1945 and is recognised for its bold use of colour. Made from merino wool, this pink check pair adds a flash of colour at the ankle.
You can guarantee there's a cold snap round the corner so it's good to keep long johns at the ready. This multi-patterned pair from Topman are 100 per cent cotton, so light.
It's a wise man that keeps a hat to hand. This ribbed beanie from Asos is the perfect way of keeping your bonce warm when you need to. It's small and easily folded away.
This matching hat and scarf set is the smart way to protect yourself from wintery blasts. Made from the softest merino wool and embossed with the Ralph Lauren logo.
Made from the softest nappa leather, these gloves from Alfred Dunhill are more than ideal for everyday use. They're also cashmere-lined for that ultimate luxurious finish.
Camouflage is proving to be one of the strongest trends for the coming spring. Try starting off small with this pair of trainers by Valentino. Subtlety is the key.
If last year was supposed to be the wettest on record, can we expect a drier 2013? Probably not. So get prepped early with this jaunty red squall parker from Albam.
Pack away your knits at your peril; it's always handy to keep a lightweight woolly to hand. This lambswool knit from Gant Rugger is great for layering over an Oxford shirt.
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