10 best men's coats

10 best men’s coats

If autumn/winter dressing were a movie, the coat would take the leading role. Scarves, knitwear, trousers and even boots are all supporting stars in comparison. It's no surprise then that making your biggest wardrobe investment of the year can be a daunting affair. To take the weight off, we've cherry-picked ten of the best winter coats to invest in this season.


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AllSaints Foley Coat


We have to admit, we're a little bit in love with the humble overcoat. The clean lines, smooth shoulders and almost cocoon shape of this AllSaints iteration hits all the right notes.

AllSaints, Foley Coat, £348


2. MAC

Farah Miro Hooded Mac Coat


Named after Scottish artist Charles Rennie Mackintosh - the genius behind waterproof fabric - the mac has become fashion’s precipitation-beating weapon of choice. The showerproof nature of this number will mean whatever you’re doing, nothing will rain on your parade.

Farah, Miro Hooded Mac Coat, £150



NICCE Monte Panelled Gilet


Be as free as you can (in the coat sense) with a gilet that allows your arms to breathe while keeping your torso cosy. Perfect for those in between days when a full-on coat is just too much.

NICCE, Monte Panelled Gilet, £55



Ted Baker Grilld Core Peacoat


Smart but not too smart, military-esque without being too severe, the peacoat is a half-and-half dream. Nailing many a dress code requirement, this seafaring style covers all bases.

Ted Baker, Grilld Core Peacoat, £329


5. WAX

Barbour Peak Wax Jacket


That crucial cost-per-wear ratio tips favourably in your balance with a wax jacket like this one that’ll last you for years. The rugged look and failsafe hue make it a winner.

Barbour, Peak Wax Jacket, £219



Quicksilver Storm Drop Water Resistant Hooded Parka


The parka’s benefits are two-fold: luxurious, feel-me-now appeal and easy, rebellious cool. Layer with jeans, sturdy boots and shades to garner admiring glances and sartorial seals of approval.

Quicksilver, Storm Drop Water Resistant Hooded Parka, £195



AllSaints Taro Leather Biker Jacket


A leather jacket has long been associated with cool – think Marlon Brando in The Wild One. Today it should take pride of place in your wardrobe - just pair with muted neturals and distressed denim.

AllSaints, Taro Leather Biker Jacket, £318


8. Padded

Superdry Fuji Double Zip Hooded Jacket


The technical outerwear trend is still going strong. Take inspiration from Versace, Prada and GmbH with an outdoorsy, padded jacket. This one will instantly brighten those grey city streets.

Superdry, Fuji Double Zip Hooded Jacket, £79.99



Alpha Industries Ma-1 Vf Lw Bomber Jacket


The first military flight jacket to transition into civilian dressing, the MA-1 comes with heritage in tow. Throw on this luxe, jewel tone version and look effortlessly pulled together.

Alpha Industries, Ma-1 Vf Lw Bomber Jacket, £150



Tommy Hilfiger Tommy Jeans Colour Block Pop Over Jacket


Windcheaters are big news. Set to take cult status alongside trainers, we're suggesting you add one to your wardrobe quick, starting with this number from Tommy Hilfiger.

Tommy Hilfiger, Tommy Jeans Colour Block Pop Over Jacket, £150

Find your fit outdoors this January

Find your fit outdoors this January



After a month spent indoors eating never-ending turkey and watching Netflix on a loop, the time has come to brave the great outdoors once again. Added ‘get fit’ to your list of New Year’s resolutions? Take your workout outside in 2018. From hiking to winter swimming, orienteering and weekend camping, there are so many ways to get moving. When the weather says hibernate, we say embrace nature and all its cold-weather beauty.

“A change of scenery will seriously invigorate your workout.”

For an active January, you’ll need the right kit. Think a weather-proof jacket, insulating fleece and sturdy boots. Bright colours are useful for dark winter nights and a fitness tracker essential for monitoring your progress. Considering renewing that gym membership? There’s no need. The great outdoors is calling…

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How to create a mindful bedroom



There’s so much more to a sleep sanctuary than just detoxing your den from clutter and devices - and minimalism really isn’t a must. Here’s how to get a good night's sleep.

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The best bed linen

We all know we should be getting the full 8 hours, skipping that afternoon coffee and ditching the devices, but why not let your bed linen do some of the work? Our top tip is super breathable linen – its temperature regulating tricks give it year-round appeal.

“Linen’s temperature regulating tricks make our stonewashed Halston range the perfect spring bedding”

- Eleesha Simpson, Junior Bedlinen Buyer

Try committing to a simple colour scheme – say, cream and dove grey – to create a sense of visual calm, so you can layer your linens without digging out the matching sets. Then, when you wake, take a moment to reset the scene; your future self will thank you come evening.

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The beauty buys

We’re big believers that bedtime is the best time for some serious DIY pampering. Make the most of the fact you won’t be moving for the next 8 hours with leave-in treatments like sleeping masks, night serums and hair oils.

“Incorporating calming scents such as lavender and ylang-ylang into your bedtime beauty routine will help to de-stress your mind”

- Shannon Lawlor, Beauty Editor

If seriously luxe skincare isn’t your thing, a candle or pillow mist is an easy shortcut to beauty-boosted sleep. Take cues from classic spa scents, like lavender, ylang ylang, clary sage and camomile - they’ll provide a soothing burst of fragrance and won’t invigorate like citrus or mint.

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8 beauty products that always sell out

8 beauty products that always sell out

If you're anything like us, you won't make a beauty purchase without some extensive research first. When we're adding a new product to our skincare routine or makeup collection, we want to make sure it's something worth investing in. So to make it easy (and because the numbers don't lie) here are our best-selling beauty products of 2018.




1. Urban Decay Naked Heat

Urban Decay Naked Heat


Following the success of the first Naked palettes, Urban Decay scored their best-selling release yet with Naked Heat. From matte shades to metallics, the 12 warm-toned colours have every beauty junkie obsessed.

Urban Decay Naked Heat, £39.50


2. CREED Aventus Eau De Parfum

CREED Aventus Eau De Parfum


Luxury fragrance brand Creed struck gold with men's fragrance Aventus. With notes of blackcurrant, Italian bergamot, Calville Blanc apples and pineapple, prepare to turns heads and attract a lot of compliments.

CREED Aventus Eau De Parfum 100ml, £250


3. Clarins Double Serum

Clarins Double Serum


This serum is an anti-ageing hero for all ages and skin types, which could explain its unwavering popularity. By fighting the free radicals that cause dehydration and wrinkles, it leaves skin smooth, plump and firm.

Clarins Double Serum 30ml, £57


4. Charlotte Tilbury Charlotte's Magic Cream

Charlotte Tilbury Charlotte's Magic Cream


First used on models backstage at runway shows, Charlotte's Magic Cream is like an instant glow in a pot. The day cream includes BioNymph Peptide Complex to fight the ageing process, while Hyaluronic Acid floods the skin with moisture.

Charlotte Tilbury Charlotte's Magic Cream, £70


5. YSL Fusion Ink Cushion Foundation

YSL Fusion Ink Cushion Foundation


Cushion foundations took the beauty world by storm last year and YSL Fusion Ink is still loved all over. The compact is perfect for fuss-free on-the-go application and this formula gives a dewy, long-lasting coverage.

YSL Fusion Ink Cushion Foundation, £43.50


6. Benefit Blush Bar

Benefit Blush Bar


The limited edition Blush Bar by Benefit includes a full-size Hoola, Galifornia, Gold Rush, Rockateur and Dandelion. So for a fraction of the price you can have bronze, highlight and blush all in one place - this one's a no-brainer.

Benefit Blush Bar, £49.50


7. Kiehl's Clearly Corrective Dark Spot Solution

Kiehl's Clearly Corrective Dark Spot Solution


Formulated with Activated Charcoal and Peony Extract, this solution minimises discoloration and evens skin tone. The proven results mean a healthy complexion that needs minimal makeup.

Kiehl's Clearly Corrective Dark Spot Solution, £43.50


8. Charlotte Tilbury Matte Revolution

Charlotte Tilbury Matte Revolution


A hydrating, matte lipstick which actually lasts was always going to end up in our makeup bags. The formula also contains 3D glowing pigments to give the illusion of fuller lips. We'll take the whole collection.

Charlotte Tilbury Matte Revolution Lipstick, £49.50