Switch up your autumn/winter style with accessories
Beechfield reports that for more than 20 years it has been a pioneer of cutting-edge lifestyle, sports luxe and workwear fashion, with “unrivalled expertise“ in styling, design and fabric innovation. The brand is now set to launch its AW 18/19 collection, which features 18 retail-ready styles that are ready to decorate. Expect to see classic bestsellers and reworked favourites alongside a range of exciting firsts.
One key concept influencing the fashion scene today is the ‘mini-me‘ trend. Fuelled by celebrity parents and social media, this trend for ‘twinning’ is rising in popularity. As part of its AW 18/19 collection, Beechfield will introduce a collection of junior and infant beanies. The Fur Pom Pom Chunky Beanie for infants (B412a) and juniors (B412b) showcases six colours crafted in a heavy ribbed knit, allowing kids to coordinate their faux fur poms with the matching adult style (B412). A modern cuffed design and TearAway labels makes these new season styles perfect for customisation.
The Cable Knit Melange Beanie also comes in three sizes: Adult (B480), Junior (B480b) and Infant (B480a). With a soft hand-knitted feel, these styles boast a cotton jersey lining for extra comfort and breathability in the smaller sizes, and a Suprafleece cosy thermal band for adults. The beanies come in a range of autumnal colourways too: black, burgundy, light grey, mustard and oatmeal (and an additional mustard shade for adults).
The great outdoors continues to inspire fashion, which makes the new Infant (B486a) and Junior (486b) Corkscrew Pom Pom Beanies a must-have range for mini adventurers to explore. With a cable knit design and shearling thermal band, each beanie provides extra warmth whenever the temperatures drop and is available in four vibrant shades: electric grey, lavender fizz, retro blues and winter berries.
Accessories also play a part in this enhanced A/W collection, with the Fur Pop Pom Key Rings guaranteed to make a stylish impact, says Beechfield. “Whether used as a traditional key ring or worn as a trendy bag charm, the cute and colourful Pop Poms will be a popular autumn/winter accessory.“ Collectibles are a strong trend in retail, and the Fur Pop Poms are no exception. Available in six ‘pop and swap‘ colourways, each has its own name: Bella, Koko, Luna, Pixie, Robyn and Tiffany.
Designed to decorate, the Pop Pom Key Ring also includes a webbing strap, essential for personalisation. They‘ve also been designed to accessorise a number of existing Beechfield Pop Pom beanies (B410, B412, B413 and B415).
The AW 18/19 collection is as vast as it is versatile
Beechfield thinks of everything… Stylish period dramas continue to inspire designers to put a contemporary spin on autumn/ winter hats. From tweeds to flat caps, heritage styling has been spotted on many celebrities and influencers. Never a brand to miss an opportunity, Beechfield will launch three new caps that play to this bold style, including the Melton Wool Ivy Cap (B623), the Heritage Baker Boy Cap (B628) and the Melton Wool Baker Boy Cap (B629).
Beechfield will also release a selection of reworked bestsellers, including workwear beanies that fit the popular demand for fashion meets function. The Snowstar Printer‘s Beanie (B443) – based on the bestselling Snowstar Beanie – features a cotton twill printer’s decoration patch on the front, making this a premium product for branding. The popular Printer‘s Beanie and Thinsulate Beanie have evolved to create the Thinsulate Printer’s Beanie (B449). This familiar style features the trademark chunky rib knit and premium Thinsulate lining of the latter, but now includes the added benefit of a printer‘s patch to showcase the perfect retail canvas for surface decoration options.
“The AW 18/19 collection is as vast as it is versatile,“ concludes Beechfield. “And with a collection of classic check scarves (B489), exclusive touchscreen-compatible Softshell Sports Tech Gloves (B310) and a fashionable range of new season beanies (B418, B419 and B487), Beechfield really has thought of everything!“