Friday has always traditionally been the night of the week when the working man (or woman), lets go of the stresses and strains of the week by going out and 'letting off steam' with friends. Some go to their local pub for a few pints of ale; others choose to 'dance the night away' at a club. Wherever the location may be, the reasons for frequenting such places on a Friday night are invariably the same.
It's so important, especially in times of global recession, to take some time out to enjoy yourself now and then. Although nights out can be expensive, such indulgences are necessary, if only to 'keep your spirits up'. The last thing you want however, after going to the trouble of organising a night out, is to be stood outside queuing for a club, absolutely freezing, because you failed to consider the British weather.
The mistake that many people make is that, in trying to appear cool and stylish they end up wearing clothes that, although may look good, simply aren't practical. We've all seen them - girls in tiny skirts and cropped tops, men in thread-bare shirts and summer chinos, shivering and shaking as they wait to get into a club. They may be dressed impeccably, but let's face it, goose-pimpled skin and blue lips don't really go with any outfit.
So how can you stay warm and still look stylish when queuing for a club? Well first and foremost, dress for the time of year! There are so many new styles out for the Autumn/Winter season, there really is no excuse to be dressed as if it's the middle of June.
- Think Layers!
The focus is all on layering rich and textured fabrics such as wools, tweeds and faux-furs this season. . Try matching a thick cable-knit sweater or cardigan with a vintage-look jacket and stick a cool tee on underneath. Not only will you be looking stylish and keeping warm queuing outside the club, but you'll also able to remove your layers once inside.
- Coat or Jacket? Faux-fur has made a much-welcome comeback this season. Parkas with fur-lined hoods are proving to be particularly popular, as are goose-down filled puffa jackets. Chore coats in black and brown sandstone are both classic and practical, and can provide the perfect finishing touch to any winter outfit.
- Accessories If you're more the kind of person that likes to give a nod to trends without letting them over-influence your whole look, than accessories are a good way to go. Scarves, hats and gloves are a great way of keeping warm and are available in all this season's key patterns and fabrics. A totem-pole knitted beanie with a matching scarf for example, can add a splash of colour and make an outfit really 'pop'.
Although it's fun to keep on top of the latest trends and incorporate them into your own style to keep it fresh, it's equally as important that you add your own individual twist to make your look truly original.
If you want all the latest in streetwear and urban fashion but don't fancy braving the cold weather, there are a number of reputable online retailers selling big name brands such as Obey (streetcasuals.com/43_Obey). So if you're looking to buy big-names like the Penfield brand from a UK based dispatch centre, S.C. stock a vast selection of quality streetwear, urban clothing and accessories.
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