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As the world starts to open up, it’s time to part ways with our favourite sweats and mark the debut into the real life with fresh new styles. Opt for coordinated suits for the much-needed sartorial serotonin, bright prints for the perfect seasonal refresh and soft-touch essentials to ensure an effortless sign-off. 

Discover our editor's picks that will raise your spirit and make you excited for the months ahead.

Layer up

San Fran Zip Up Denim Jacket

Don’t let the bright skies fool you – it’s spring after all. The best way to stay prepared for the transeasonal weather is to layer up with cosy and lightweight staples like our San Fran denim jacket. Effortlessly versatile thanks to the straight fit and rich indigo hue, it’s a buy now, wear forever piece.

Sunny brights

Reactive Chambray Floral Shirt // Coming soon

Whether we might make it abroad this summer or not, the key style for the months ahead is one that makes us feel as though we’re somewhere hot and far away. A crisp, brightly printed shirt is perfect for this, even if the most exotic place you’re heading to is your local beer garden. Put it in rotations with chinos and sneakers to manifest warm-weather days.

Match everything

Classic Suiting Tailored Trousers // Classic Suiting Tailored Blazer

It’s been too long since we’ve been able to wear proper clothes, so a suit is the perfect way to earn back all those lost days in the office. Smooth wool-blend fabric ensures you're neither too hot nor cold, while minimalist details lend a sophisticated touch. Wear yours with a graphic tee and chunky dad sneakers for a refreshing take on an everyday uniform.

Spring essentials 

Zip Up Pique Polo Shirt

A cornerstone of every man’s wardrobe, the polo shirt makes one feel instantly put-together, minimum effort required. Perfect for mastering smart-casual dressing, our essential styles are updated for the new season and provide the same level of comfort as your go-to sweats. A win-win situation.

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