Baby It’s Cold Outside

It’s reaching arctic temperatures in the Hg2 office, and so with the recent launch of our Toronto guide in mind we asked our friends style-passport to put together their top tips for what to wear this winter…

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S-P say: The IRO Antea Mongolian gilet (£520.00) is utterly gorgeous and is perfect for achieving city chic without compromising on warmth. Made from 100% Mongolian lambswool and easy to fasten with hook and eye detail, this gilet looks amazing over a Breton cashmere jumper, skinny cords and chunky shoe boots.

(buy here)

Hg2 say: We’re huge fans, having seen something similar on Made in Chelsea (don’t judge us). 

S-P say: The Hush Lattice stitch tunic (£95.00) from style-passport is a sumptuous knit with an oversized cowl neck that will help you beat the chill. Made from an exquisite blend of cotton, silk and cashmere, this wine coloured tunic looks fabulous over a long sleeved white top and worn with black skinny jeans and a statement bag.

(buy here)

Hg2 say: Perfect for popping-out-for-a-latte in, and keeping warm between boutiques. 


S-P say: Snuggle up in style-passport’s Barbour Arctic Down Parka (£269.00) made from 100% natural feather down.  This ¾ length parka fastens using a zip and studded buttons and features a waisted belt, 2 side pockets and 2 breast pockets. This coat will keep your whole body toasty, especially your cheeks and ears due to the generous faux fur trimmed hood. This coat is perfect for a stroll in High Park.

(buy here)

Hg2 say: Toronto’s outdoor skating rinks are looking increasingly appealing.

style-passport is also offering free UK standard delivery until the end of November. Simply add voucher code freedeliveryplease at the checkout to receive free delivery.

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