Mens: The Weekly Edit

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This week’s theme is staples, pieces guaranteed to see you through thick and thin. These wardrobe essentials will quickly become your go-to’s.

1) Henley shirt, Massimo Dutti  £24.95
– Part of a new limited edition line helpfully entitled ‘Soft’ by Italian tailoring brand Massimo Dutti, this light and comfortable henley will look just as good teamed with joggers at the weekend as layering with the weather starting to drop. A steal at that price too.


2) ‘Bulldog’ shirt, Thomas £45
– Every man needs a great business shirt, comfortable enough to get him through the working day, yet durable enough to look good even after an 8 hour shift. Enter Thomas Pink, reputable shirt makers who have come up with something incredible. Cut from cotton pinpoint-base fabric, this shirt is very hard to crease and combined with the extra hardworking buttons you have a shirt capable of dealing with anything you throw at it.
3) Quilted jacket, Penfield £135
– Next up is outdoor specialist Penfield who offer this stylish quilted jacket. Cut in a slim-fitting baseball silhouette with Penfield’s signature circular quilting, this will look great when you’re out in town or even exploring somewhere more nature-friendly. And of course the slim shape means it works equally well as a layer too!
4) t-shirt, Neighborhood £60
– Sometimes a t-shirt can carry itself with branding and heritage alone, as is the case with this Neighborhood piece. Proudly crafted in Japan from a cotton-jersey blend, team this with slim black jeans to make the design pop. Extra details at the hem and left sleeve for those in the know.
5) long-sleeve tee, Officine Generale £140
– Officine Generale is a French brand known for its stylishly simple, yet incredibly well-made pieces, and this long sleeve is a prime example of that. Designed with a tonal stripe pattern and a super soft cotton touch, you won’t want to take this off. You could layer it, but we’d rather show off the pattern.
Words by Jack Markham
Images from stores’ websites

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