Compared to the dopamine surge that is the summer season, winter can be a little bit of a low. The days are shorter and grayer, everything you eat is brown—even your wardrobe gets darker and more serious. Until this winter, that is. Fashion designers can’t change the weather (if they could, uh, that’d solve a lot of problems) but they can change what you wear: and they’ve decided that there’s no reason why summer’s wild and carefree colors can’t be applied to winter’s cozy clothes. This season ski jackets are in neon pink, sweaters are in citrus yellow, and sweatpants are in cherry red. Mash them all together for an ‘80s throwback that’ll make you the life of the party and the center of attention, or simply mix one piece in with your standard winter fare. Either way, getting dressed on a cold, dark morning is about to get a lot more tolerable, fun even.
If you can’t part with your pea coat, at least make your beanie brighter.
Cruciani knitted beanie (was $94, 20% off)Buy Now
Who says an practical, investment coat can’t also be fun as hell?
Nigel Cabourn x Peak Performance mountain down parkaBuy Now
Buy this fleece, move to Aspen, become a ski instructor. (Or just the first part.)
Polo Ralph Lauren fleece half-zip sweatshirtBuy Now
Your white and gray T-shirts could use a wing-man with this much enthusiasm.
Noah shetland cardiganBuy Now
Your camel topcoat won’t even know what hit it.
Topman red and blue knitted scarfBuy Now
Sherpa sweatpants are a thing right now. Treat your legs to the good stuff.
Blackweirdos boa sweatpantsBuy Now
Pop this bright liner jacket under your parka and you’ll be a cold-weather superhero.
Saturdays NYC khari quilted jacketBuy Now
This cheery throwback sweatshirt will make you feel a lot less like staying in.
Burberry Archive towelling sweatshirt (was $1,280, 50% off)Buy Now
Imagine your sad winter shoe pile near the door. Now throw these in the mix and try not to smile.
JW Anderson x Converse Chuck Taylor 70 high feltBuy Now
The Carhartt beanie is about as no-nonsense as it gets: classic, rugged, affordable, and available in almost too many colors to count. The classic heather gray is a great place to start, though.
Carhartt watch beanieBuy Now
With your gym shorts, with your nicest suits—be the guy in the lavender ribbed socks.
Holland & Holland mid-calf socksBuy Now
Buy one home-run item in a bright color and everything else will get an upgrade by association.
Off-White shell down jacketBuy Now
Because, c’mon, you already have a Heather gray crewneck.
Carhartt chase sweatshirtBuy Now
Paul Smith doesn’t just make sweaters, he makes color explosions with sleeves.
Paul Smith camouflage mohair sweaterBuy Now
Red sweats. All the most stylish guys are doing it. [LINK TO NBA SS]
Aime Leon Dore logo sweatpantsBuy Now
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