Winter Fashion

I don't care about normcore, metrosexuality, spornosexuality, or even lumbersexuality (yes, now even the bearded, flannel shirt-clad hipster that has his own label). The last label to be put past me was 'dad-core' (suppose that's just normcore taken to a whole new level, right?).
I'm very much of the opinion that, once the clocks go back and our evenings at least are spent in darkness, we should take every opportunity to brighten things up. And this includes adding a little something colourful to our wardrobes.
In the words of House Stark, winter is coming. And, in winter, one needs a bloody good coat, and there's really none better than the Canada Goose range of jackets and gilets.
Brightly-coloured scarves, woolies, dogs in snoods and swinging your beautiful, size 8 partner around while looking cool
Keeping warm and looking good are often mutually exclusive ideals, especially if you don't do layering. I know an alarming number of stylish women with unquestionable taste levels who sit in their coats in draughty offices and, at home, are no strangers to the Slanket.