The Inbetweeners x
If we Brits are obsessed with the weather it’s with good reason: On Friday it was a barmy sixteen degrees..on Saturday, it snowed (OK it didn’t hang around but it wasn’t a figment of a vivid imagination either..) which possibly explains why we’re all so preoccupied with layers and wearing coats that remind us of beds.
Because the quilt is having a quiet spin in the limelight, perfect as a stand alone or working it’s magic as a sartorial hot water bottle under a top coat, it’s one of those under-the-radar-winter-must-haves.
And Amsterdam based Company Scotch and Soda have some of the best…
Casual or smart.
They’re adaptable, transitional and just a little bit different.
Another addition it to the winter uniform list of lust.
Laters, Kate x
Some nice variations there. I don’t know about the English but living in Italy killed any desire I might (or might not) have had to zip myself into the more typical puffa coats that from November to March were ubiquitous in every piazza or strada. Know what I mean? But I could go for the sixth one down…it has a Zandra Rhodes charm to it I think… Keep warm! XO
I know!!! nothing black or michelin man here..I like them when they’re thinner..that grey area. But your comments brought back memories! xxx
Great article. Do you know we call this kind of clothing in Spanish “de entretiempo”? Literally “of between-weather”. I guess in UK your weather is a constant “between-weather”.
Constant!! Today is grey and rainy..could be why we invented the mac! xxx
I didn’t know it is called a “mac”, just googled it right now (had to pass through all kind of apples :-). Now I know I love macs. One of my favourite classics ever.
Hehehehe! I’ll have to do a post on them just for you! xxx
Thanks. That would be nice. I retwitted yesterday something about them: there was a nice collection of them on vogue.cm/ofxwzRb