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Posted by S&F on Feb 16, 2015.

First worn by sea-goers in the 1700’s, the pea coat is a timeless and essential addition to your winter wardrobe. We particularly like this classic, close-cut, navy design from John Lewis and Co. Made from wool it will keep you snug as a pug in a mug, and it looks ridiculously smart.  Available online and in-store, just like us.

We are very excited to be a part of Pop Up Britain’s Pop Up Piccadilly store. Situated right near the circus itself, we’re sharing with some other pretty cool brands, which are worth checking out. Doors are open till Wednesday, so make sure you pop by for exclusive deals and a jolly good chinwag.

Some shameless self-promotion here but we really do think our new Edt is this week’s best. Striking a perfect balance between refreshing top notes of Grapefruit and Citrus (the initial scent) and hearty base notes of Patchouli and Vetiver (the lingering, long lasting scent); Edt is a fragrance of substance. Don’t believe us? Go find Edt, on its own , or in our gift packs at Selfridges, Fenwick, Fortnum & Mason or John Lewis.  Or just click a few times and order it on our website. Tickety- boo.

With the chill setting in we’re on the hunt for some warmth, but instead of heading south for the winter we’re deciding to add some more layers to our repertoire.  Hence the cap chat.  Here the simple yet effective A.P.C and Carhartt hats will keep you warm and smart.  Available at Selfridges.

I know we’re a bit late here (ok extremely late) but Warby Parker’s April fools prank is one of the best we have seen. Yes, at first glance even we were fooled, but it’s been so well executed by the eyewear brand that for a moment there we were hoodwinked into believing that you could buy spectacles for dogs.  Unfortunately you can’t, and all those gullible enough to try (including us) were greeted with an April fool’s message at the checkout.  It’s seems a shame; we think the dogolce could catch on.

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