Summer may be drawing to a close, but there's no time for back to work blues. Why? Because you've got an autumn wardrobe to sort out. Now begins our transition into cool breezes, earthy colour palettes and layered garments, and we've done the hard work for you by highlighting timeless and versatile pieces that every man should have in his autumn arsenal.
Break out the jackets and spiced rum; here's to Autumn/Winter 2016.
Our 100% leather jacket is The One. You know, the leather jacket you’ve always promised yourself. Fully lined,
zip closure, and a matte finish gives it a sleek stylish town look that gets it just right. Size waist tabs and a slim fit
design means it looks great on everyone. And we mean great. Two dome-closure pockets and one internal pocket
ensure you’ve got everything close at hand. Buy it once and buy it well – this is a keeper.
This classic has been around since Adam was a cowboy and out with his mates for a drink. Worn by Frank Sinatra and Steve McQueen, who knew a thing or two about style, this cotton rich jacket is perfect for a grab-and-go look. Whether you’re wearing a button up shirt or a polo, the blue marl fabric and ribbed cuffs and hem give it a timeless look that says you know style.
Team it with some jeans and leather Jack Purcell’s and you’re a classic in the making.
Our lightweight navy trench coat in showerproof raincoat fabric is a perfect layering piece for the wetter months. Half lined with chambray polka dot lining, a single back vent and underarm eyelets, this coat means you stay dry without the steam-room effect other raincoats have.
Cut through the crowd, hop on that train and stride up those steps. Sharing your personal space on the morning commute might not be so bad - who knows what admiring glances you might attract when not hidden behind a large golf umbrella?
You’re ready for the weather without compromising on style with our textured grey anorak. With a showerproof outer and a tonal perforated dot lining, you’re covered. The zip and dome front closure means you’re done up in a hurry (perfect for those sudden temperature changes when moving from inside to out), and the peaked hood and drawstring will keep the elements away. It’s a cool look without looking like you’re dressed for Scott Base.
This is a slim line fit with a curved hem, meaning it’s longer at the back than the front – great for keeping out the wind whether you’re cycling, striding or sidling about town.
Cooler weather doesn’t have to just mean jeans. A stylish alternative is our Dayton Check Jacket and Trouser. In a minimal blue and burgundy wool-rich blend, this is a little heavier and more textured than our standard suiting. Sure they match, but it doesn’t have to mean a suit. Try wearing the tailored jacket with jeans and a fine knit crew neck – the double back vent and cutaway pocket flaps give the casual a smart edge.
Or team the trousers with a crisp shirt, tie and jumper- the trousers are half lined to the knee for added comfort and a longer life. You’re looking stylish but you’re also warm and comfortable. It’ll be our little secret.
The definitive layering garment. Knitwear provides a simple solution for beating the breeze and layers seamlessly between tees, long sleeved shirts and even suiting. Add an effective texture to any casual outfit with our range of lambswool crews, and try pairing a light coloured wool with a dark shirt or vice-versa for a sound contrast within your look. Merino crew and v- neck jumpers are the perfect addition for your autumn suiting game, with an additional layer providing both warmth and an extra colour to play with. Jump between both styles without hesitation, as traditionally it was only v-necks that were worn with suiting, but now the crew neck is a welcome member of the tailored wear family and offers a slightly more casual approach to layered suiting.