MY WINTER STYLE
– four women talk us through their cold-weather wardrobes
How would you describe your personal style?
My style is unstructured. I endeavour to look professional but relaxed at the same time. I have a couple of tailored jackets, but in the main I prefer oversized everything, except for trousers.
How does your style change in winter?
If anything my wardrobe is even more unstructured during winter. Oversized t-shirt dresses, lots of layering and overcoats. I love contrasts in texture.
What about accessories?
I like to wear scarves in winter, they break up the blackness of my wardrobe, and I always wear gloves – not only do they protect my hands but they’re also just a little bit Audrey Hepburn.
What is your dream winter destination?
Scotland. It’s one of the most beautiful countries I’ve had the pleasure of visiting – scenery that can’t be captured, great food, and Scottish people who have a quick sense of humour they readily share.
What would you pack?
I never travel without a large pair of sunglasses – currently Prada – and I’d take a Trelise Cooper Cotton Eye Joe Dress to the Nines Dress, Taylor Integral jeans, and a couple of simple crew neck merino jumpers. Go-anywhere boots are vital and I’d take a pair of Isabel Marant ankle boots.
What is your winter fragrance?
I wear Chanel N°5 all year.
Four women reveal the secret to looking
good when the temperature drops.
Isabel Marant boots, $898, from Workshop. Scotland
Sunglasses, $390, by Prada. Chanel N°5 EDP 100ml, $281.
Jeans, $340, by Taylor.