Weekly Wishlist: Winter Warmers

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This week’s wish list is all about staying stylish as you wrap up and get cosy for the colder months. 

Though it’s technically still Autumn, no-one can deny it’s starting to feel pretty wintery! The night’s are drawing in and the temperature is rapidly dropping. Wether it’s adding a few snuggly accessories to your home or adding some illustrated layers to your wardrobe, this is the perfect time of year to splurge on a few new ‘Winter Warmers’.

Below are just a few we hope will help you to stay warm and stylish…

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Rine Socks by Odd Pears (£11.09)

Let’s start with perhaps the most essential winter warmer – socks! It isn’t essential that your socks be illustrated – of course – but if it’s an option then we’re taking it. Odd Pears sell their arty socks in packs of 3, giving you the option to wear a matching pair, or embrace your inner child and mix things up.

Rine are the kind of art socks that make you curl your toes when you see yourself in the mirror, looking so sleek, so mysterious, and so much bloody fun!

Odd Pears

 

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Naughty Nice Hat by Howkapow (£41)

Everyone knows that you lose most of your body heat through your head. Luckily, this adorable little hat has you covered. Made for kids, it features two different faces on each side, and is knitted in Scotland.

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Foliage Sweatshirt by Risotto Studio (£45)

Another Scottish-made winter warmer is this leafy sweatshirt designed by Glasgow-based risograph studio Risotto. Risotto’s entire range of apparel is sleek and contemporary, playing with colours and shapes, they create bold (and in this case, extremely cosy) clothing.

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House Plants Throw by Jacqueline Colley (£195)

Keeping with the leafy theme, this botanical-themed throw by Jacqueline Colley will add a beautifully illustrated talking point to any interior. Jacqueline was queen of the tropical trend this summer and this gorgeous throw translates the popular theme perfectly into the colder seasons.

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Doing Nothing Cushion by Gemma Correll (£29.95)

As it gets colder, the temptation to just stay in and do nothing intensifies. This cushion designed by Gemma Correll for Ohh Deer perfectly sums up the simple joy of a duvet day.

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Mondrian Scarf by Howkapow (£39)

Adding a touch of geometric to your winter wardrobe, this Mondrian Scarf by Howkapow is as bold and playful as it is practical. The reversible scarf is made in Istanbul by a small family-run factory before being shipped to fashionistas across the world.

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Hallelujah Rug by Arro Home (£199)

If you’re looking for a striking new rug this winter then we would thoroughly recommend looking at Arro Home. This Hallelujah rug aims to make you want to throw your hands in the air and jump for joy every time you step in the door just because you are so happy to be back in your beautiful home!

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Posted on Nov 20th, 17 by | Twitter: @HeadlessGreg

Headless Greg is the pseudonym of Scottish illustrator Greg McIndoe. Often found hunting for creative ideas and inspiration online and in books and magazines, he joined Inkygoodness in 2014 as a regular columnist.

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