London, UK (PRWEB UK) 28 October 2011
Crew Clothing Company, the British luxury casual clothing retailer, are pleased to unveil their new collection for Winter 2011, which combines classic wardrobe staples with key season trends.
With predictions of a bitterly cold Winter, staying warm is the prevailing theme throughout the new range, with jackets padded with duck down and feathers, outerwear with warm fleecy linings, pure lambs wool knitwear, hoodies, waterproof detailing, funnel collars and heavyweight wool fabrics reigning supreme.
Texture is also a big fashion trend for Winter 2011. Cue Crew Clothing’s range of richly coloured velvet blazers, textured seersucker shirts, floaty chiffon blouses, honeycomb wool detailing, faux suede trims, chunky cable knits, velvety soft moleskin, thick tweed and silky satin ribbons in accessories nail the trend perfectly.
As well as warm clothing and substantial fabrics, Crew’s new womenswear collection sees more feminine detailing this season. Women’s sequinned jumpers, ruffle detailing, fairisle knitwear and sparkly fabrics make a comeback, just in time for the party season.
Quality fabrics in menswear is also a focus of the Winter 2011 range. Authentic Moons tweed, woven in Britain, the finest lambswool, suede trims and soft peached fabrics elevate the collection above many others.
Crew Clothing haven’t taken any emphasis away from creating beautiful classic clothing for men and women. New check and stripe shirts, heavyweight wool sweatshirts, rugby tops, lambswool knitwear and flattering tunic dresses for women are classic and timeless, and because the quality of the materials is always superior, will give customers years of wear.
Other classics in the new Winter range include classic wax jackets with a Crew twist. The detailing that is second-to-none, including authentic 100% cotton British Millerain wax fabric, multiple pockets and removable linings. The men’s wax jacket plays a starring role as it comes with a 3-in-1 detachable gilet that can take the wearer through winter and spring.
The collection is now available to buy online and in Crew Clothing stores.
About Crew Clothing Co.
Crew Clothing Co. was started in 1993 by Alastair Parker-Swift and was run out of a small windsurfing shop in Salcombe. Today the business has grown significantly with over 400 staff; however it remains a family run business which is passionate about creating clothing that epitomises British Casual Luxury.