“Whatever I’m doing, I bring my best. So why shouldn’t what I wear do the same?”
Fred Sirieix’s second edit for Moss is here with a lineup of pieces that’ll put in a fighting performance against the winter elements. The edit is all about keeping the energy going, no matter what your plans are. It might be cold and dark, but wintry weather shouldn’t stop you getting out there and enjoying yourself, Fred style.
Wadded with insulating padding and turned out in heat-trapping flannel, the long puffer is an instant winner for cold commutes or weekend walks. Wear yours with the forest-green jersey joggers for a relaxed look that can be styled up or down.
With the rules for workwear more open than ever before, a good knit will style in all sorts of ways to hit the smart/casual spot. Moss’ zip-neck merino jumper is a great place to start – style it open-necked with a white crew-neck T-shirt and a pair of grey stretch-cotton chinos as an easy everyday outfit that’s a step-up from your at-home sweats.
Cut to a tailored fit in wool-rich fabric that’s blended with generous stretch, Moss’ suits-all royal blue suit brings together a strong profile with technical finish that wards off stains and wrinkles. Not feeling the formality? Style it tone-on-tone with a blue zip-neck and a pair of Dalston trainers for a smart yet relaxed fit.
Crafted in an insulating fabric for warmth with a contrasting Borg collar that pops on and off, this navy bomber jacket has a pleasingly weighty feel that'll round out your look with confidence. Wear with Fred’s pick of a cable-knit sweater that’s 80% lambswool for an extra-soft feel that’ll help your body maintain a comfortable temperature.
Woven with a brown windowpane check on a black-and-white puppytooth base, Moss’ three-piece suit will give your smarter options a lift. Whether you style the full tweed look for a special occasion or wear the pieces separately throughout the week, the wool-blend cloth and its slim fit will make all the right statements.
These are the styles that’ll help you take on winter. Because, as Fred says, “the weather should never get in the way of a good time”.