As soon as the cluck’s go back, I always want to unpack all my egg boxes of winter clothes and focus my attention to the sartorial issues that winter months bring. The first dilemma that always concerns us groovy chicks is what coat style will be on trend for the season. Whilst in past years the bantam editors and style birds alike have been seen sporting egg shaped overcoats and feathered capes - this year’s style seems particularly on perch with us fashens; this is because the new model in question is a down-filled puffa (not puffin) jacket. This new style is highly practical in more than one way – first, for all those scrawny birds out there, the puffa jacket provides excellent warmth for those chilly wings. Second, the puffa jacket is a perfect option on a stormy day as it will keep those perfectly preened feathers dry and immaculate.
“But how could such an item, previously associated with dog walkers and aeroplane pilots be my investment piece for the winter season?” I hear you squawk. Team it with a maxihen dress or over a slip dress for an edgy chick look. Alternatively pair with a skinny chicken leg pair of jeans and some eggcellent biker boots. Go for eggshell matt and don’t be afraid of colour – the world’s your omelette.
For an eggstremely treHENdy option, visit the shop on the Eggsite – please cluck on the link for more information.