8th september 2016
Dressing at this time of year can be a tricky affair, but at Joules, we’re experts at layering – so we’ve put together some outfit ideas along with a few hints and tips to make sure this September you can outwit the weather come rain or shine.
There are many things that a woman’s wardrobe needs at this time of year – top of the list at Joules are gilets (a transitional must have), a tunic, wellies, a piece of statement knitwear – our Haylock Jumper is a firm favourite here – and of course, a jacket. Choosing a jacket can be hard, that’s why we’ve chosen to sing the praises of our All Weather 3-in-1. A 100% waterproof outer jacket with a flattering dropped curved hem and premium trims can be zipped together to the fitted soft fleece inner jacket for extra warmth and comfort. When the weather dictates, they can be worn separately. Three jackets in one; clever stuff.
You know the drill. Simple but effective layers than can be adapted for almost any occasion. Our Welford classic fit shirt is perfect whenever a little smartness is required, and crafted from lightweight cotton it can easily be layered with a jumper. Our Hearth cable knit is going to be a mainstay of our men’s collection and can be worn over a shirt or sported solo. And last but certainly not least, is a jacket. When buying a jacket there’s a saying to bear in mind ‘buy well, buy once’. Our new Harley biker-style bomber jacket is testament to that. A perfect piece of outwear to keep by the door or in the car to see off those chilly September moments.
Getting little ones dressed isn’t easy. Especially when the temperature drops and more clothes than normal are required. For boys and girls that love to get out and about, gilets are always a good option, especially as they’ll free their spirit as well as their arms. Our quilted and padded styles are perfect to pull on over a top, jumper or t-shirt. And if you’re after something to keep their feet warm, dry and colourful then look no further than our new printed wellies – in hand-drawn prints that range from stars and zebras to dinosaurs and sharks they’ll become favourites no matter what the weatherman says.