The Comfort Factor

Another inspiration post this time focusing on the art of comfort dressing. Over-sized outerwear swinging fashion's pendulum back in the other direction as masculine physiques are accentuated by draped fabric, layering and belted coats.

- Behold the Robe Coat; a trend seen all over the runway for this season which is effortlessly chic beyond belief. The perfect balance of comfort and style is achieved with the added bonus of a waist cinching belt this staple is not only figure flattering but loungy and slouchy has never looked so good.

- Now into December I am finding it damn near impossible to put together an outfit without some sort of Fur Accent (Faux). Whether it a long fur stole, fur lapel, fur clutch bag or even just fur trim on clothes and shoes, if you're accessorising this season make it fur.

- TRAINERS (or sneakers). The bridge between athletic wear and contemporary is crashing down and our feet could not be any happier. The comfort factor is alive when designers declare sneakers the footwear of the moment. With an abundance of styles available from tennis shoes to slip-ons to running shoes to high-tops - I've started to form quite the collection and my debit card is weeping.

- I couldn't be any more thrilled to see the return of the beloved Turtleneck. Bigger and better than ever and almost resembling a sweater/scarf hybrid there is no justifying to be done when you're thinking about buying your 7th.

- This season, one sweater just isn't enough. Layering Knitwear is all the rage this season the more knitted pieces per outfit the better. On the runway the likes of Marc Jacobs and Stella McCartney presented head-to-toe knit ensembles whereas on the high street Zara has recently had the most dreamy collection of knitted coords available both online and instore.

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