When it comes to buying warming layers for winter, there really is no substitute for clothes made from natural fibres and none more so than wool.
Biodegradable, breathable and multi-seasonal wool, is an investment you make for all-year round. So while you're rugging up in your jumpers through to February, they will still be wearable in June.
Chunky knits, heavy layering, oversized capes and natural fibres were all over the AW15 catwalks and are everywhere in stores at the moment.
Whether you're snuggling up in luxurious cashmere, soft merino, or chunky lambswool there really is no better way to feel instantly cosy this winter.
You will be investing a little more for your warmth than any acrylic blend but there is a knitted natural alternative to suit any budget.
From pressed felt winter coats to the luxurious knit dress and incredible cashmere jogging bottoms, wool is definitely where it's at.
- Boutique wool wrap coat; £225, Topshop
- Shepshed merino hat; £39.50, Jack Wills
- Plain wool fringed scarf; £75, Whistles
- Extra fine merino crew neck sweater; £24.90, Uniqlo
- Wool fedora; £29.99. Mango
- Made in England cable knit wool jumper; £49, John Lewis
- M&S Collection pure cashmere joggers; £99, Marks and Spencer
- Flannel and Shearling Slip On Shoe; £245, Joseph
- Jigsaw split hem pencil skirt; £120, John Lewis
- Knee high cable socks; £16, Falke
- Carven asymmetric wool dress; £450, Matchesfashion
- Mohair and lambswool textured scarf; £95, Brora
- Workwear Chelsea trouser; £89, Boden
- Milo cable sweater dress; £230, Blake LDN
- Sonic Sweater; £175, Wool and the Gang