The answer to every style question from weekend casual to 9 to 5 attire? A classic shirt, of course. A shirt, whether in the form of relaxed denim, crisp cotton or tactile corduroy (just to name a few), poses endless styling opportunities for your wardrobe.
For now though, we’re focusing on the casual. Those grab-and-go shirts you love to wear throughout the weekend, from your Friday night plans through to lazy Sunday. With the arrival of the new season, it’s time to pay some attention to your unsung off-duty heroes. Here’s a few of our favourites.
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The Denim Shirt
No weekend wardrobe is complete without a denim shirt. Our latest update features two vintage-feel washes for a shirt with enduring appeal. As the perfect companion for favourite slogan t-shirts or styled solo, this indigo denim shirt is a multi-tasking weekend hero.
The Check Shirt
Classic prints with lasting appeal whatever the season? Check. You’ll never tire of a checked pattern, and this timeless print is a mainstay in any wardrobe. A modern approach to checks sees artfully clashing colours paired together to create subtle finishing touches. A contrasting chest pocket adds interest to this autumnal piece.
The Corduroy Shirt
Throughout the colder months, nothing says autumn like super soft corduroy. Infuse your shirt collection with tactile pieces crafted in our favourite winter finish. Don’t shy away from colour this season, instead try eye-catching tones in bright yellow or bold raspberry red.
The Mixed Print Shirt
We’ve already made a case for the clash this season, and this collarless shirt is yet another example of artful print mixing. Two gingham prints of different scales are combined in a deep blue palette for a subtle contrast. A larger scale gingham print covers the sleeves for a bold finish.
The Collarless Shirt
Ditch the stiff collar in favour of weekend casual in the form of a grandad collar shirt. Combine that with a loose fit and you’ve got your much sought-after relaxed style. Layer this simple blue shirt over graphic tees or add pattern with stripes.