My favorite: Surface to Air (top, right)
When choosing a winterjacket, you have to be careful. Make sure it fits all your clothes. Combine comfort and style, and nothing too flashy or sporty... Last year I bought this very sporty winter jacket. I was sure I'd love it, but no. So I had to walk around in a skiing jacket (not in the cool way), even when it wasn't cold. Anyway, if I could get near the "Surface to Air" jacket... it's just so beautiful and in the navy. Wauuuw! Face it Asta! It's never gonna be yours. Never say never! (Click on the picture if you want to see the brands and dealers).
Here is my opinion of the perfect winter boots. They're hot. Get it? Warm and beautiful, haha. Did I just ruin it? Well... The Acne Comet are on my thoughts all day long. I just can't stop thinking about them, but they are just so damn expensive (650 dollars!!). The 67 boots (lower right corner) are also pretty cute and I know they sell them at Moss Copenhagen at a reasonable price. Maybe those are the ones? I am definitely the quality person
Favorite: The Row (top, middle)
There's nothing better than cozy sweaters in the winter. Cashmere, angora, wool I love it all! This might be the first year for me to say this, I want winter to come! I want to wear layers of leather, wool and denim. Boots, sweaters and leather pants. I always try to buy items that I'm sure will stay a couple of seasons and then spend a little more money on them.
Favorite: REI beanie (top, left)
The perfect hat that suits your face. I don't like polyester, acryl and other "fake" fabrics. I prefer wool and cashmere. It's warm and comfortable and then maybe I can use it next year.
Favorite: Barneys (bottum, middle)
The same as with hats, I like buying something a little pricier and then being able to keep it for some seasons. The dark green cashmere gloves would suit literally all my winter clothes.
Favorite: Acne (right, bottom)
A warm scarf is very important, otherwise you'll freeze :-( Make sure it suits your jacket, hat gloves and so on.