AD: Keeping warm with Protest this winter

I am a big fan of winter wear that is that little bit different.

Winter can feel drab and dreary at the best of times, so you want a coat that keeps the elements out, but also brightens up your day.

I was introduced to Protest earlier in the year and fell in love with their winter wear collection straight away.

Protest make fashionable and functional sportswear for all the family, guaranteed to turn heads wherever you go, whether it is on the slopes, a bracing walk along the beach or strolling around your local country park.

Womens Coat

It’s all in the detail with Protest clothing. Technical fabrics are represented in colours and prints that reflect looks that you see on the high street and they take great pride in using the right materials, like the zippers, the stitchings, the fabrics, the finishes, and the washes.

Protest Menswear.

If you really want your family to stand out from the crowd, you can choose a ladies jacket with a matching, or coordinating one for your daughter.

Protest Kids Coat

Of course, they cannot leave the boys in our life out and they also have matching and coordinating men’s jackets, with ones for the kids, or each other.

Protest Both

Protest also have a strong environmental ethic and their new PVRE Green range is sustainably produced and made using recycled fabrics, like nylon, polyester and TPU.

Green Up

The best way to keep warm during winter is to layer up and Protest also do a large range of snuggly fleece jumpers, thermals and accessories which all coordinate with their range of ski and snowboarding jackets.

Protest Jumper

Protest have lots of great items that combine fashion with functionality for winter and I have already picked up a few more items to put under the Christmas tree, for all the family.

Protest have offered me a 10% off voucher for my readers to use on their next order. Simply add chelsea10 at the checkout. This coupon is valid until March 31, 2021.

Disclaimer: I was sent a voucher code to use on the website in exchange for a review. All thoughts and opinions are my own

9 thoughts on “AD: Keeping warm with Protest this winter”

  1. I really do need one of these jackets. They sound like they’d be lovely and snug. It’s getting much colder and I’m really feeling it.

  2. I don’t have enough warm and cosy clothing and seeing as we’ll be outside walking and meeting people more I should probably get one. The pops of leopard print look great x


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