We love colour here at Mixter Maxter HQ and fully embrace wearing it all year round. Everyone has their own favourite colour, but we also know that many are a bit unsure of how to wear colour. Many of us have admired the brightest option available but have opted for the more practical monochrome version to ensure you get most wear our of your purchase. However with Christmas coming we are all looking for those extra special treats for loved ones. With that in mind, we put together some gift giving advice from our lambswool collection for the upcoming festive season.
Monochrome – The most versatile option to easily pull out of your wardrobe that will look stylish with a bright winter jacket to sophisticated with black for a smart look at the office or festive parties. Here is our pick of our favourite monochrome pieces (and don’t just take it from us, many of these are our best-sellers, so popular with all of you as well.)
Brandit is new for winter 2017 and will be available soon.
Pops of colour – Looking to add a hint of colour to your wardrobe but keep the ease & sophistication of monochrome, simple! Just select from one of these favourite pieces with subtle pops of colour.
Tonal – Keep it simple with a tonal option whether it’s two tone grey or luxurious neutral cream which will always looks classy and elegant for wearing from day through to night.
Tweed flat scarf in putty and zinc.
Reeo twist in charcoal and zinc grey is a new design for winter 2017 and coming soon.
Arrows twist in zinc grey and white.
Brights & bold – Colour should be fun and exciting which is exactly what these designs are. Brighten up the darkest winter days and any outfit with out these colourful pieces.
Brandit twist in caspian and barracuda, new colours for winter 2017.
Tweed flat scarf in empire and inferno creates a red look to this vivid accessory.
Reeo jumper in barracuda with our new colour for winter 2017, catkin will be available very soon.
If you need any further help selecting gifts for Christmas, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us on firstname.lastname@example.org