What Colours To Wear This Winter And Next
As we fully embrace the season of winter, we’re looking for colours and styles that signal a change. From neutral colours that serve as palette cleansers to deep, wintery shades of green that bring a subtle festive feeling, this is the time to experiment with tones and find colourways that will work hard for your wardrobe. We have everything you need for a fresh perspective this winter.
The New Neuturals
Offering a soft approach, natural shades like nude, biscuit and coffee are timeless shades to invest in and wear on repeat – regardless of the season. From layering minimal blouses and roll neck knits to adding a timeless neutral coat or jacket, we have a variety of must-have staples in classic tones to style alongside other statement shades and prints this autumn. Highlights at the moment include; our Maja Knitted Polo, Collar Detail Wool Cardigan, Barrel Leg Jeans and we’re adding a playful touch with our Borg accessories this season. These are also perfect for gifting with a unique touch.
The Winter Warming Tones
As we move towards colder weather, we lean towards deeper tones such as coffee and dark chocolate, which can still be easily paired with our neutral staples. A warmer alternative to midnight black, brown tones bring a soft, elegant and sophisticated feel and will easily elevate your winter wardrobe. We love styling in these shades head-to-toe for the season; such as our Fennel Neck Knit Dress in camel and our Tie Waist Coat in the same shade. As for accessories, swap classic black for brown finishing touches crafted from leather – they’ll age beautifully and bring elegance to every look.
The Festive Greens
This palette delves into forest green, easy khakis, soft mints and pistachio tones – hues which are well-loved by the Whistles team this season and remain a classic choice for winter and Christmas. From deep green Sequin Jackets and matching bottoms that pack a punch to timeless investments such as the Becky Long Line Puffer and our Hatton Boots, these chic hues are perfect for day-to-night style and complement other colours within our autumn-winter palettes.