Elvine Jackets for Autumn / Winter 2013

Elvine Men's Jackets autumn winter 2013 lookbook

As the seasons switch, the makers of jackets, Elvine, launch their autumn winter collection for 2013. Timing could not be more perfect.

The rustling of golden leaves under our soles, a strong wind blowing through our hair, cheeks aglow, a refreshing drizzle, smooth conkers and the smell of autumn. The autumn winter collection that we first reported about from Bread & Butter in Berlin back in February,  invites us to embrace the cold season.

It is not only a season to spend more time in the indoors again, snuggling up on the couch, hot drink in one hand, book in another, but also a season that can be embraced in the outdoors, as long as you’re wearing the right jacket to keep you warm.

From Elvine’s Corby and Errol coats in Taslan with down feathers and a coating that wicks away moisture from your body to keep you dry beneath, to the Cornell in Coated TC fabric constructed of very fine twill, remember that “there is no bad weather, just bad clothing”. While in the Taslan fabric the most vital seams have been taped to avoid any water penetration, the reverse side of the Coated TC has a PVC-coating for water and wind resistance.

We have selected some key styles from the Swedish brand’s AW13 collection to have you equipped for the autumn and winter to come in 2013 and beyond.  Elvine is available online at ASOS from next week.

Elvine Autumn Winter 2013 Lookbook Elvine AW13 Lookbook Errol_Taslan Elvine AW13 Lookbook Corby_Taslan Elvine AW13 Lookbook Cornell_CoatedTC Elvine AW13 Corby Elvine AW13 Clark Elvine AW13 Sergej Elvine AW13 Errol Elvine AW13 Cornell

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