Essential Winter Fashion in the United Kingdom

Women walking in the snow wearing designer boots.

If there's a time when the United Kingdom truly shines, it's when winter descends, casting a spell of magic across the landscape. 

As the chilly winds embrace the city, it's time to delve into the realm of winter clothing that graces the vibrant streets of London. Let's explore not only the mesmerising beauty of the city but also uncover what to wear in England during its chilly winter embrace.

Drawing inspiration from the pages of fashion shows and the ensembles adorned by your favourite celebrities, we embark on a journey to unravel the secrets of autumn and winter style.

In this blog, we unravel the art of pairing and the wisdom of preferred products, bridging the gap between aspirational looks and attainable outfits. Let's be honest; while luxury may grace the red carpets, elegance can undoubtedly find a home in your everyday wardrobe without needing a Hollywood budget. 

As we explore the nuances of layering, the dance of textures, and the palette of winter hues, you'll discover that recreating those coveted high-end looks is within your grasp.

So, join us as we dive into a world of winter fashion waiting to be embraced. Let the frosty air be your canvas, and let Le Marchand be your guide through the realms of warmth and style.

Woman wearing a hat and jacket in the forrest going for a walk

As the temperatures drop, your spirits need not – for in the language of fashion, every season whispers the promise of something new, exciting, and exquisitely fashionable.

It is a time to layer up and enjoy the cooler temperatures. Winter fashion is all about comfort and style; there are many ways to incorporate it into your wardrobe.

The first step to embracing winter fashion is to choose the right colours. Rich, warm colours such as burgundy, mustard yellow, and olive green are all great choices for winter.

These colours are perfect for creating a cosy winter look. You can also add pops of colours with accessories such as scarves, hats, and jewellery.

Winter fashion is all about comfort when it comes to fabrics. Layering is made easy by cosy knits like sweaters and cardigans.

Alternatively, choose heavier materials like corduroy and wool. During the colder months, you may stay warm by wearing these textiles.

Another excellent approach to add some flare to your appearance is with hats. Wide-brimmed hats, fedoras, and even beanies are excellent selections. 

“If you love something wear it all the time, don’t just suck it all up and consume. Find things that suit you. That's how you look extraordinary.”

Vivienne Westwood

When it comes to fashion, trends are constantly changing. While it's tempting to follow the latest styles, it's important to consider whether they're appropriate before blindly adopting them.

During the winter months, boots are a must-have footwear item. Options include over-the-knee, ankle-high, or knee-high boots, as well as traditional loafers or oxfords for a more professional look.

Accessories-wise, scarves are essential for winter attire. They're an easy way to add a pop of colour to any outfit.

Lastly, don't forget to spruce up your winter wardrobe with some jewellery. Statement rings, earrings, and necklaces are all great options for adding a little sparkle to your ensemble. With these tips, you'll be all set for the season.




One of the best, biggest, and most progressive sectors of the global economy will always remain the fashion business. As a result, it will only continue to improve and revamp outdated looks to make it modern again.

As long as there are people to dress and stylists who can come up with fresh approaches to an established look, fashion will continue to develop and grow.



FAQ At the end of our blog we answer frequently asked questions about fashion trends.
  1. Leather? It’s an all-year-round fabric now which means a must-have for your closet. From skirts, dresses and leggings you can’t go wrong with this trend and it’s also why it’s not saying goodbye any time soon.

  2. Warmest Winter Hats? The warmest hats come with ear protection and are made of wool, fleece, or faux fur. Opt for a beanie, ear flap cap or trapper hat.

  3. Pleated Pants? The ’80s have returned in many ways but the front pleated pant look from that era is now modernised for a fresh perspective. 

  4. Dress/Skirt over Pants? The dress or skirt over a pair of wide legs gives not only a modest look but a taller look as well.

  5. Animal Prints & Mixed Prints? Prints galore are here to stay and are ready to wear.


What do you think about todays trends?

Leave a comment

Please note, comments must be approved before they are published