The right burst of colour can transform a winter wardrobe. Take red for example. One of the boldest shades on the colour charts, we love red in all its hues, but stealing our hearts this season, is ruby red

Giving a welcome burst of colour to our staple winter heroes, the Baukjen Turtleneck and Amelia Jumper, these are all you need to create a winter look that is fresh, fun and a lot more versatile than you may think. For work, layer over the Greta Blazer and take your pick of tailored trousers – either of our Clio silhouettes work perfectly.

For a more subtle way to wear red, our new Electra print embodies the hue in a geometric pattern – alongside caramel, black and white triangles. Our Electra Dress is perfect for 18 hour winter dressing. Crafted in premium jersey, this style has a high neck and flowing bishop sleeves that add to the dramatic elegance. Try adding a belt for added detail and then just finish with a blazer for a look that puts the fun in functional.

In winter friendly fabrics, merino wool and premium jersey, these are comfortable, cosy and will last you a lifetime. For the other parts of your outfit, we recommend balancing out the red with some monochrome separates – either a pair of classic black skinnies, or the Raven leather trousers for a luxe finish. However you choose to wear, top the outfit with a luxe outer layer.

“This turtleneck is a wardrobe staple and must-have. Looks like brand new wash after wash!”


Opt for the Electra Top for a design that pairs effortlessly with skirts, trousers or denim. Sporting our signature high neckline, this top is perfect for the colder months

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