Jeans – Getting your jeans right is the key to almost all good outfits. Make sure your denim is crisp, well fitted and genuine. Raw indigo denim ticks all the boxes, and looks great with almost anything (plus you don’t have to wash it).
Tees – every man should have at least one well-fitting, good quality t-shirt in grey, white and black. These will be the foundation of many a good casual outfit to come – whether it’s layered under an open shirt, a sweat, or worn alone.
Chinos – A nice alternative to jeans, chinos pair with almost anything and are easily dressed up or down with anything from a tee to a dress shirt and blazer. Cuffed or not cuffed, we’d recommend owning a few pairs in multiple colour ways. A white shirt – this will see you through almost any occasion and is equally good paired with a suit, as it is with a pair of jeans.
Soft wash shirts – These casual shirts will cover you spectacularly in any uncertain occasions - team them with a chino or jeans and they will take you from a lunch date, to the pub, to a night out.
A suit – Popular to contrary belief the suit is NOT just reserved for the businessman. One carefully chosen suit can be broken up and utilised for multiple occasions. For example – a charcoal suit will provide a pair of dress pants for a wedding, a funeral, or for the office, and a blazer that can be paired with jeans or chinos for an on trend smart/casual look for nights out, the races, in the office or out on a date. The whole suit can be worn together for interviews, weddings and occasions where more formal dress is required.
Merino knitwear – Merino knitwear is not only exceptionally warm, but retains its quality look over time, and layers fantastically. Wear it by itself with jeans on the weekend, or layer over shirts and under suit jackets.
A trench or a peacoat – These styles are ideal in their ability to easily take the wearer from day to night. They can be thrown over anything from jeans to suits, and offer a timeless, classic sense of style.