OUR Nordic neighbours are notoriously good at embracing the winter months, so much that they have a word for it: hygge (pronounced hue-gah).

Whilst the hygge phenomenon reigns from Denmark – the Swedes use mys, the Norwegians, kose, and the Finns lӓmpöӓ – the intention across Scandinavia is much the same; the cosy, warm feeling derived from being indoors, by a fire, or around a group of friends with flowing conversation – and wine. The evenings are darker than ever and Christmas is still in the distance, so buckle down and look forward to staying in with Vogue’s edit of the best Scandinavian-style pieces to achieve that hygge feeling.

source: https://www.vogue.co.uk/gallery/how-to-hygge-best-scandinavian-style