H&M x Pringle of Scotland has everyday eventualities covered. Want a cosy hoodie for a flight? Get it in wool with a logotastic ‘Pringle’ font emblazoned down each sleeve. Need a throw-on garment to take you from barre class to brunch? Look no further than the knitted midi-length dresses, with a directional turtleneck zip detail and a slashed thigh that is ideal for throwing on top of your gym leggings, but still looks like you’ve made an effort. Want something for a cosy Sunday at the pub? The knitted trousers and sweater combos are just the ticket.
And perhaps unsurprisingly, Argyle is back in a big way here – it’s long been a catwalk staple at brands such as Miu Miu, with JW Anderson and Ami also offering versions for autumn/winter 2019. The classic knitted triangular pattern, found here in muted greys and beiges, makes a nice change from a plain jumper without being OTT on the fun factor.
We also love that H&M have partnered with a heritage British brand; founded in 1815, Pringle of Scotland is one of the oldest fashion houses still running today. It has a Royal Warrant, (a prestigious award given after a royal has worn the brand for a minimum of five years), and its knits have been worn by everyone from Grace Kelly to Brigitte Bardot. Today, the brand produces everything in the Scottish borders — this H&M collection is a little sartorial slice of British history.
Shop the collection here.