When winter rolls around, comfort and ease become primary concerns when getting dressed. Unfortunately, comfort and ease have earned a bad rep in the world of fashion, often being conflated with laziness and lack of care — this is simply not true. A quick look at the world of co-ords at
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A final consideration is that the right co-ord should be made up of two equally attractive parts. Even if you’re not about the matching life, you will be able to break your co-ord up, sporting half at a time and gaining a new angle on your wardrobe with a sense of uniformity to anchor it.
Stone Island is loved for many reasons, but one of its undeniable USPs is its penchant for a unique dye. From technical particle dyes to thermo-reactive finishes, no process is too much for the Italian label. This cozy co-ord opts for an acid wash to give the duo an eye-catching, uneven finish.
Jerry Lorenzo’s Fear of God is the Inspector Gadget of fashion. Whether he’s crafting tailored collections with the likes of Zegna or keeping things strictly off-duty as exemplified by this co-ord, everything the designer touches turns to gold.
1017 ALYX 9SM’s offering usually features a lot more leather, tailored fits, and metallic detailing than this understated set. Heavyweight cotton jersey makes for a winter-ready take on the co-ord while signature minimal text branding to the leg and chest finishes the ensemble.
Reese Cooper’s outdoor-leaning collections blend utility and luxury perfectly. This comfortable co-ord embodies that mixture with simple detailing, like a clip to the waistline, pocket to the ankle, and an embroidered logo.
John Elliot’s take on the cozy co-ord looks to reconstruct the staples. An overarching grey hue is made all the more interesting by mismatched hits of gradient greys.
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