A British Winter wardrobe: A Mackintosh, a Peregrine wax cotton jacket and a Douglas Hayward blazer

Three of my favourite winter staples – all classic British brands. The unimprovable Mackintosh – made with rubberised cotton, invented by Charles Mackintosh in Scotland in 1823. My new favourite brand Peregrine, to be found in stores nationwide, but specifically in Wolf and Badger in CoalsDropYard if you’re in London. And finally, underneath all that, my beautiful Douglas Hayward double breasted blazer – to be worn with white chinos or jeans, even in the depths of rainy November!