Autumn is slowly sweeping its way up our footpaths leaving behind traces of its presence here and there with little golden and umber gifts. Delve into Autumn in style with the beautifully cosy ladies Barbour Autumn/Winter 2015 collection…
‘Tis The Season For Tartan
Barbour have been using striking tartan prints inside their garments from as early as the 1800’s, when they first started to use it for the lining of their classic jackets in 1849. Tartan has become an iconic design for Barbour clothing and accessories far and wide across the country, and is easily recognisable amongst British country towns and farming communities.
The iconic ladies Winter Tartan is back for another year in this season’s Autumn/Winter 2015 range! The ever so stylish Winter Tartan has become a signature look for Barbour’s women’s wear, as it features cool shades of soft rose, elegant greys, chic black, smooth cream and hints of stone. So ladies, it’s time to wrap yourself up in the delicate colours of Autumn with this season’s Winter Tartan 2015 collection…
William Morris In Autumn
Get into the autumnal spirit with charming floral prints designed by one of England’s most renowned textile and interior artists; William Morris. William Morris was an English artist who was widely known for his delicate and intricate wildlife motifs, and for his inspirational role in the Art and Crafts Movement. This year Barbour has once more incorporated William’s Morris’ graceful designs into their Heritage collection using patterns that are adorned with the soft touches of seasonal wildlife.
Warming Colours Of Autumn 2015
Barbour have created some enchanting pieces for this season as they have decided to use a deep and rich colour pallet. Using fruitful damson and vivid burgundy shades to add a touch of warmth to the chilling autumn weather.
Barbour have released a brand new pattern for Autumn/Winter 2015, featuring a beautiful vintage bird prints against delicious wine coloured backgrounds. This attractive print will look exquisite when worn in the city or outdoors in the British countryside.