The signs of spring might not be overwhelming yet, but the days are lighter and the pre-spring collections have dropped in store. The Scandinavian brands inspire a fresh and clean start to the approaching season.

Structured polo shirt from Swedish A Day’s March. Crafted in a cotton-cashmere blend with a structure that adds a cosy touch to any outfit.

“Dover” polo, 145 euro

Ideal for work and suitable for any gender, the Simo tote is a sleek, timeless and practical bag from Finnish-founded NO/AN. The Simo is spacious and can easily fit a laptop. The Simo can be carried as a top handle bag, its detachable long strap allows you to wear it on the shoulder as well, or crossbody. Comes in black or olive leather.

“Simo” tote, 740 euro

Keep the feet warm and colourful in the ribbed wool socks from Oslo-based Biboja.

“Royal” socks, 27 euro

A fleece pile vest is ideal both as a layer under a coat or as a top layer with no jacket over. Swedish Fjällräven makes clothing both for sporty endeavours and everyday errands. Roomy fit that allows for insulating layers underneath. Great on top of a shirt or sweater to keep your core toasty warm.

“Vardag” vest

“Jo” jacket, 889 euro “Priscilla” pants, 575 euro

Scandinavian Fashion Diary: February 2024

Soon it’s mild enough for crispy shirts and bare skin again, until then, wear one with a thin wool layer un- der. The “Lorren” top from the Danish brand Munthe has a loose fit and lightly puffed sleeves that allow for a layer under or a vest over, a piece you can transcend into the coming warmer seasons too.

“Lorren” top, 199 euro

Throw this light alpaca poncho as a chic and comforting layer over a coat outdoors or wrap yourself in it when the home office feels nippy.

“Nara” poncho, 315 euro

Swedish brand Little Liffner have designed what could be your new weekend getaway bag; a bold, large tote to fit all your essentials. The bag comes in a soft suede brown with a slouchy and oversized style, snap button closure and internal zip pocket.

“Mega sprout tote”, 550 euro

Scandinavian Fashion Diary: February 2024

Danish Mark Kenly Domino Tan is a master of classics with a twist. The “Jo” jacket with button closure has an attached scarf – both in wool. Great to combine with wide-leg trousers, such as the wool “Priscilla” pants.

Scandinavian Fashion Diary: February 2024

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