Winter Style: Five Ways

Winter Style: Five Ways

We invited five fashion bloggers to London to style their favorite Boden look for winter. Here’s what happened… 


Mary Orton of Classy Cubicle 


A must-read US blogger, who swapped investment banking for a life of fashion, photography & the written word.

Mary’s look:

“The prints and colours of these pieces work beautifully to create a bright, but impeccably polished look. The print of the pants and the colourful sweater, coat and shoes perfectly befit an afternoon at one of Notting Hill’s most charming flower markets.”


Julia Rebaudo of Stylonylon


A freelance writer, blogger, mother and photographer from London.

Julia’s look:

“I completely fell in love with the blue sweater – the tan tailored trousers complement it perfectly. I added a touch of flash with the heeled metallic loafers and tied the whole outfit together with the gorgeous coat, a classic piece to see you through several winters!”



Kristabel Plummer of I Want You To Know


A knitwear designer-turned-blogger with the warmest smile around and a passion for print.

Kristabel’s look:

“I love to mix unexpected elements together, so I decided to pair a Breton top with this gorgeous floral skirt. To keep things suitably quirky I finished off the look with leopard print boots. I also inadvertently managed to coordinate with the floral tapestries and vintage china – unusual places can definitely provide outfit inspiration!”



Kathryn Sharman of Kat Got The Cream


An ex-London journalist who moved to Yorkshire for tea, blogging and adventure with her three children.

Kat’s look:

“I love mixing and matching patterns, so I think these checks look great with the cosy Fair Isle top. Add the jewelled flats and you’ve got an outfit that could work for everyday or even Christmas day.”



Will Taylor of Bright Bazaar


A blogger with a penchant for preppy style, pancakes, colour and coffee.

Will’s look:

“As a self-confessed colour addict, I like my outfits to pack a punch. So naturally the turquoise trousers caught my eye. The chambray shirt and navy cardigan offset the brightness – and the Sprout tie is the ideal finishing touch.”


All images photographed by Jonty Davies.