The Menswear Edit
Say hello to Spring. The perfect time to refresh your wardrobe...
This spring we welcome a vibrant refresh of our 2017 wardrobes with an electric mix of vivid colours, structured jackets and a revival of 70s mid-wash denim. Investing in key pieces and wearing them alongside old favourites is key to echoing effortless, casual styling for spring. Or take the plunge and up your outfit game with this season’s new take on stripes, bold colours and desert-inspired clothing...
Look to cool earthy tones with this season’s sway towards safari styling with an ode to urban desert camo. Opt for a palette of crisp stones, and camel tones, with leather footwear and luxe accessories for that clean-cut finish with functional detailing. The key pieces to invest in include chinos, relaxed linen shirts and military-esque field jackets.
Bring on the denim with designer jeans and structured jackets. For SS18, thanks to the likes of Oliver Spencer, denim takes on a raw approach with deeper shades of mid-wash blue and indigo, with simple stitching and boxy cuts.These loose fit styles are easily worn making this trend work well with everything from box-fresh trainers to timeless tan loafers. Look for sporty details for a more casual outfit, and avoid bold patterns for a more sophisticated take on this season’s hottest denim.
Going For Bold
Make this spring brighter and bolder with an influx of Crayola colours. As seen across the runways of SS18, including Tom Ford and Kenzo, colour blocking is set to update your wardrobe with oversized blazers, trousers suits and updated loungewear. Be brave with your colour choices and commit to bold key pieces by wearing them with more subtle, neutral hues.
Festival Fashion Essentials
Long sunny days, great live music... and a new wardrobe? Sounds good, doesn’t it? With the arrival of summer, and the kick off to the festival season, it’s the perfect time to freshen up your casual attire and up your fashion game, whatever your music taste.
Festival fever is upon us and we couldn't be more ready. It’s time to ditch the grey clouds of spring and dance our way into summer with the help of many a dress, lots of 70s crochet tops, and plenty of flamboyant and colourful embellishment - on pretty much anything that can be embellished.