Winter wear from Scotts Menswear

Written by  Pinstripe Magazine Staff
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The party season is fast approaching and everyone wants something warm to look good in while they’re out and about, and there are a wide range of choices from big-name brands out there to ensure you’re staying snug in style. Falling temperatures are an ideal excuse to update your wardrobe, and it’s surprising how much difference a decent jacket can make to a whole range of outfits.

As your first defense against the chill, make sure you choose something high-quality and durable. Stay warm this winter with the Firetrap Axis Quilted jacket. With a ribbed knit hood and faux fur lining, this sleek and stylish black jacket also has two front pockets to keep your hands warm.

If you want to go for an urban look in the winter weather, the Voi Jeans New Hell jacket is just the thing. A sharp, military cut and mesh lined hood with adjustable toggle ties make this 100 per cent nylon jacket perfect for pairing with jeans, while the ribbed cuffs and waistband ensure it stays snug and keeps out the chill.

The lightweight and understated Courier jacket from G-STAR is yet another option for the fashion conscious. A zipped front, pressed-stud cuffs and subtle branding on the shoulder make this quilted coat ideal for a night out, and lends a stylish edge to the classic shirt ‘n’ jeans combo.

Finally, if you think your wardrobe’s missing a few sportier items, take a look at the Emporio Armani EA7 hooded lightweight jacket. Ideal for jogging or wearing to the gym, the plain windproof front with a zip fastening is offset by the contrasting silver logo of this big designer on the reverse, adding a touch of high class to your sports outfit.

These are just a few examples of the big-brand jackets offered by Scotts Menswear: if they’ve caught your interest and you’re in the market for some new winter duds, head over to the site and have a look at the range of styles and colours available. Be sure to check out Duck and Cover at Scotts.


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