Hate the cold? You need to try WILDSILK apparel

When the cold north wind starts to bite, style often goes out of the window. But with WILDSILK apparel, you can stay warm and look great at the same time.

Hate the cold? You need to try WILDSILK apparel
  • Can technology help me stay warm in winter? Absolutely. Here are some winter warmers that will keep you nice and toasty.
  • Does wearing a hat really make you warmer? Yes, it does. Just like the rest of your body, your head emits heat. Wearing a hat traps this warmth.
  • What is the best clothing for winter? With a collection of warm and stylish garments, WILDSILK apparel will keep you cozy through the winter.

Trying to maintain a comfortable temperature in winter can feel like a losing battle. You wrap yourself in a hundred layers, yet the cold wind still seems to find a way in. At the same time, you turn yourself into a giant ball of wool with two legs and a red raw face. It’s not a sophisticated look.

If you want to stay warm and stylish this winter, take a tour through the WILDSILK collection. This UK-based fashion company specializes in apparel for the cold, producing garments and accessories made from natural materials.

Can silk really help you stay warm?

As a standalone fabric, silk does not provide great insulation. But when you combine silk with wool, magic happens. While the wool provides exceptional warmth, the silk fibers make the material feel softer and less coarse.

This is a combination that has been perfected by Christina Guillaume, the founder of WILDSILK. This small London-based start-up tries to take an ethical approach to fashion. Every item in the range is crafted by skilled artisans rather than kids in factories, and Guillaume has made every effort to reduce the air miles involved in the production process.

stay warm - Hate the cold? You need to try WILDSILK apparel

WILDSILK offers ethical fashion

The WILDSILK range includes a variety of cozy winter wear, with a splash of style. You will find cashmere wool and silk cardigans, pure wool jumpers, cozy hats, luxurious socks, and double-layer scarves to keep out the cold.

Beautiful knitwear

stay warm - Hate the cold? You need to try WILDSILK apparel

Enhance your look with WILDSILK

Let’s have a look at a few of the garments in the WILDSILK range.

For ladies who want to turn heads in chilly conditions, the Cashmere and Silk Tie Cardigan provides a good compromise. It’s made from the softest wool in the world with a dash of silk, and you can wear the cardigan two ways: over the shoulders or tied at the back.

stay warm - Hate the cold? You need to try WILDSILK apparel

The Grey Wool Jumper can look casual or smart

Guys with a sense of style may prefer the Grey Wool Jumper. Made in Nepal from pure wool, this winter warmer looks relaxed with jeans yet smart with dress trousers.

stay warm - Hate the cold? You need to try WILDSILK apparel

WILDSILK also makes woolen accessories

Need to keep your feet warm? WILDSILK’s luxurious cashmere wool socks should do the trick. Once again, they are crafted by artisans in Nepal.

“WILDSILK is a UK fashion company, founded by Christina Guillaume. After a career in running NGOs and charities in the UK and overseas, she was inspired by artisans’ work in the UK, India, Thailand, and Europe.” — WILKDSILK

Winter warmers

If you hate the cold, WILDSILK apparel should be right up your street. These garments are soft, cozy, warm, and very stylish to boot.

Future designs

WILDSILK caters for kids, but only with a hat and scarf. We would love to see other items for kids added in time.

Availability

– Order now: via WILDSILK.co.uk

– Price: $56.13 USD

– Deal: Gadget Flow Members get 15% off with code GF15WinterWarmers

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Meet Mark Myerson

Mark is best known for writing about apps, but he also loves the tactile, hardware side of technology. Being a professional photographer, he's pretty handy with a camera, and he's a self-confessed tweetaholic.

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