Fashion Diary: January 2022
By Åsa H. Aaberge | Press photos
With puffer jackets and chunky tracking boots back in fashion this season, you’re encouraged to dress up for the great outdoors and embrace winter fun. It doesn’t matter if you’re an outdoorsy person or not, as long as the gear makes you feel and look the part. These Scandinavian outdoor winter garments work perfectly for skiing, sledging or hiking, and adapt easily to any urban everyday occasion.
With a cropped, puffy silhouette, the lightweight Naos down jacket from Norwegian Fleischer Couture is a versatile jacket suitable for outdoor fun as well as daily life. The voluminous shape makes the jacket equally elegant over ski trousers as it looks with jeans.
Fleischer Couture, Naos jacket, €320
(Cecilie Bahnsen, “Gigi” hat)
Balaclava, snood, hat – call it what you like, but do consider wearing it this winter. You won’t regret it, as it’s arguably this season’s most warming and comfortable trend for all ages. Top off your skiing outfit with a cute and luxurious wool hat from Danish designer Cecilie Bahnsen, and you are ready to hit the slopes.
Cecilie Bahnsen, Gigi hat, €300
The long ribbed endings on the cashmere mittens from Danish Skall Studio are perfect for tucking in under your coat sleeves, making glimpses of cold skin on the wrists a thing of the past.
Cashmere Mittens, €70
The Solveig boots from Swedish Flattered are this season’s ultimate chic take on the practical hiking boot trend. The leather boots feature a solid yet flexible outsole and a soft wool lining ideal for all winter occasions.
Flattered, Solveig Boots, €279
5. (WhiteSpace, “Bobby” Jacket)
Trust a glossy puffer jacket to keep you warm with style. Norwegian brand WhiteSpace uses recycled plastic bottles and recycled down to make its products. The Bobby jacket is perfect for layering and can be worn with the Scott vest underneath on extra cold days.
WhiteSpace, Bobby Jacket, €699
WhiteSpace, Scott vest, €450
Supple and warm mittens made of leather – a superb all-round glove for winter from Swedish Hestra.
Hestra gloves, Alpine Leather Primaloft mitten, €100
Knitted in pure wool, the Bylur high-neck jumper is going to be a warming winter favourite for years to come. The jumper from Icelandic 66°North is well-suited for hiking or skiing and is as functional as an everyday wardrobe staple.
66°North, Bylur sweater, €195
The Cryo boots from Swedish Axel Arigato offer a practical take on the classic Chelsea boot. The round toe and moulded upper sole give the wearer grip on slippery winter roads. The suede finish adds a touch of sophistication.
Axel Arigato, Cryo Chelsea Low Boot, €350
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