DO­MINIQUE TEM­PLE COUN­TRY STYLE

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Pack­ing for a shoot­ing weekend will mean as much lug­gage as I’d take for two weeks in the Mal­dives, thanks to the clumpy heav­i­ness of tweed. My best ad­vice is to not mix city at­tire with coun­try styles as it takes up too much room, and if you’re go­ing for a Scot­tish (

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I get dressed up for work, so I stick to pared-down, trad styles off duty – es­pe­cially for an out­doorsy weekend. This Re­ally Wild Nubuck waist­coat (£495, re­al­ly­wild­cloth­ing. co.uk) be­came a stand­out piece when worn by the Duchess of Cam­bridge on her state trip to Bhutan in 2016. I wear it here with my go-to Pene­lope Chil­vers weekend, go the whole hog and chan­nel the high­land huntress. Start with a pal­ette that en­com­passes au­tum­nal hues of rus­set, khaki and bur­gundy – they are su­per ver­sa­tile, which means you can rewear and restyle them, mak­ing key pieces work twice as hard. Tassle boots (£349, pene­lope chil­vers.com) – an­other favourite of the Duchess’s – a crisp white shirt and an old pair of Polo Ralph Lau­ren jodh­purs. If you’re head­ing out, a colour­ful cash­mere sweater or polo neck would look lovely un­der­neath. Since you can rest assured that ev­ery time you leave the house in Scot­land it will rain, top with Jaxon & James’s C- Crown fe­dora (£43.95, hat­sand caps.co.uk). (

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On the hill in winter it’s all about warmth, less about style. I love to steal my boyfriend’s over­sized tweed Lak­sen Coat, (£ 579, wil­liam pow­ell.com) as it means I can layer up un­der­neath. But I add a stylish twist, such as a bold pair of socks – try lon­donsock com­pany.com – or a fun scarf (Her­mès does

7A eight-week-old York­shire ter­rier puppy got his head stuck in a TV cab­i­net and was re­leased by the RSPCA. What was the puppy called? (a) K Keith Moon (b) R Ringo Starr (c) C Char­lie Watts

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