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The foundations for a winter wardrobe begin with cool neutrals, but adding bursts of color can enliven even the coldest of days.

We often try to distinguish a particular season’s beauty by dressing accordingly. In the winter we express ourselves through colors and textures evocative of the type of darkness that sets in early and stays late: gnarled wool, sumptuous fuzzy cashmere, heavy gabardine, fleece-lined boots. We try to channel the season’s elegance with our changing daily uniform of the perfect coat and boot combination, the right glove-to-scarf-to-hat ratio or with silken layers beneath thick capes that act as wearable blankets we

  • Words:
    Veronica Martin
  • Words:
    Katrin Coetzer

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  • Words:
    Veronica Martin
  • Words:
    Katrin Coetzer
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