Dec 12, 2022
From bold statement pieces to understated layered looks, winter is the perfect time to experiment with style and find your original look.
This season, we sat down with fashion and lifestyle influencer, Adam Crocker @Iamadamcrocker), to explore three ways he is wearing Barbour International this season. Read on to discover his original picks to style up your winter.
Look 1 - Technical Elevation
Outfit one is a technical look that offers versatility to be able to add or remove layers as needed. I’ve teamed the Barbour International hat and scarf with the navy-blue Condition Fleece Gilet, wide-leg pants, loafers and some sports shades to complete the look.
I love this look because there are a number of block tones within each piece which add layers and depth. Adding a simple wide-fit pant and black leather loafer just elevates the look and offers a different take.
Look 2 - Blue is the new Black
The second look is all about the beautiful pop of indigo from the Belford Gilet and matching Milton Quilted Jacket. This look is all about getting out and about and enjoying the day in style and comfort. I really love the little details; the double zip on the gilet, the large hood and the multiple pockets that fit all my essentials when heading into the city.
Another part of the look I’ve grown to adore is the cargo pants tucked into a pair of simple black leather boots. The cargos are a slightly slimmer fit which balances out the XL jacket and give the look a modern, active appeal.
Look 3 - Barbour International my way
The third and final outfit is my take on a classic Barbour International look. The beautiful black Milton Quilt Jacket screams ‘I’m ready for anything that British weather might throw at me!’ I’ve added the yellow tinted shades to compliment the Barbour design language and give it a little ‘Iamadamcrocker’ twist.
I love this all-black look, it’s the colour I wear most and this jacket compliments so many pieces within my wardrobe. It’s easy to dress up or down depending on the occasion and use. Again, the use of accessories here really helps to break up the colour tones and offer interest from head to toe.