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WOMENS WEAR BUYER’S PICKS NEW SEASON AW15

By Cotswold Outdoor
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Women’s wear buyer Amy has selected her favourite new season autumn winter pieces. From feminine floral print base layers and yoga tees to Scandinavian print fleeces, super warm and bright parkas to feather lite insulated jackets.

 

1. Maloja Mera M Jacket

“This stylish insulated jacket from Maloja is perfect for keeping you warm on casual days around town or when walking to the pub, filled with primaloft synthetic insulation for superior warmth and a reversible pertex outer shell with a floral print so you can change your jacket with your mood.”

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2. United By Blue Outside Tee

“This relaxed Outside Tee features a fun print, looks great with a pair of jeans and is made with Slub Cotton which is soft against the skin. By purchasing this tee you’ll help United By Blue remove 1 pound of rubbish from our oceans and waterways around the world.”

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3. Rab Nebula Jacket

“An intelligent insulated jacket from Rab featuring the new Cirrus synthetic insulation, that feels and performs like down without the limitations, making it more appropriate for changeable weather conditions. With a helmet compatible hood for climbing on cooler days and a water resistant Pertex Endurance outer fabric making this the perfect cold weather jacket.”

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4. Didricksons Angelina Parka

“Wrap up warm and hideaway from the elements in the Didricksons super warm Angelina Parka, with a removeable fur hood trim to keep the chill of your face and a fully waterproof outer to keep you dry. In this striking red colour you’ll stand out against the sea of darker jackets this winter.”

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5. PrAna Meadow Top

“Designed for Yoga this Meadow Top from PrAna is so stylish it can also be worn as a casual piece. The band around the hem keeps it in place during practice, whilst the floaty quick dry fabric allows for freedom of movement and sweat management. The interior shelf bra provides all the comfort and support you need.”

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6. Ayacucho Inverno Hoody

“This cosy fleece hoody from Ayacucho will brighten up your winter wardrobe in a blue Scandinavian print with quirky hood toggles. The knit look fabric, hand warmer pockets and snuggly hood will keep you warm throughout winter. By purchasing this hoody you’ll be supporting Solid Peru, a charity that organises training programmes for the people of Ayacucho to help create a better future for generations to come.”

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7. Fjallraven Karla Trouser

“These technical Karla trousers can be used whilst hiking in the mountains or back at camp. With a soft G-1000 fabric that can be waxed for water resistance, a low waist feminine fit, pre-shaped knees for easy articulation, adjustable leg ends for a custom length and plenty of pockets so you can keep all your essentials to hand, making these a really versatile choice.”

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8. Helly Hansen Wool Graphic LS Base layer

“The eye catching Helly Hansen Graphic Baselayer makes a change from plain layers with a fun Rock Lilly print in a subtle green with pink fine leaf flowers. This piece can be worn on its own while walking, trekking or skiing or underneath several layers.”

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9. Montane Featherlite Jacket

“True to its name this down jacket is exceptionally light weight, packing down to the size of a grapefruit. It can be worn as a mid layer high up in the mountains or as an outer jacket on cooler evenings at camp. The contrasting navy outer with a fuscia lining and zipps adds a pop of colour.”

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Posted By

Amy Williams, Clothing Buyer

Our clothing buyer Amy has worked for Cotswold Outdoor for 4 years and originally worked in our Brecon store. She loves to travel and some of her favourite destinations are the Philippines, India and Bali and she’s heading to Hong Kong and Malaysia this year. Amy is also a keen skier all over Europe and loves working in the outdoor industry and seeing the new innovative technologies coming to market.