When the temperatures go down, your style doesn’t have to also. Here are our top nine travel items for a winter vacation.
From traversing snowy city streets to snow shoeing through the countryside: traveling to a cold weather destination means having to be prepared. Since you don’t have immediate access to everything in your closet, you need to pack smart. Layers are the trick to staying warm while on the go, because if the temperature goes up, a layer can come off – or back on then the digits drop.

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But it’s also important to invest in key pieces like a great coat, warm boots, and extras for your extremities. We have partnered with Spring to put all of your winter travel wardrobe essentials in one place. Here are our top nine picks, but click here to view the entire collection.
Did you know that every 0.25 of a second, a fashion blog is launched somewhere in the world? Well, not strictly true (actually, it probably is – we just don’t have the scientific evidence). But it seems like it, non?
Searching for online style inspiration, it’s easy to fall down the black hole of Insta-hell. When you finally look up from your phone, you realise you’ve spent two whole days scrolling through feeds in Korean – and you’re still in your dressing gown, with no idea what to wear (we’ve all been there). Which sort of defeats the point.
Well never fear, we’ve done the hard search for you. From our favourite UK blogs to the best missives from Milan and the coolest New Yorkers, read on for our definitive guide to the best-ever fashion blogs…
Why: Born in Copenhagen, Pernille Teisbæk is the epitome of sleek, Scandi, style perfection. After launching her cult blog, Look De Pernille, in 2012 her pared-back but trend-savvy formula of raw hemmed jeans and Gucci loafers exploded across our social feeds. Check in for regular updates on what will be the next-big-thing in street style trends.

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