If you’re thinking that it was months ago when you first heard about this exciting collaboration, it’s because it was – but the wait is over. After an in-store presentation to whet our appetite, the collection is ready for the masses to snap up.
Most people fall into two camps: suit wearer or non-suit wearer. This collection bridges the gap for the non-suit wear to integrate a beautifully tailored blazer into their existing wardrobe – be it full of Superdry casuals or not. As the campaign imagery below shows, there are a multitude of tailored pieces that can be re-worked into a casual guy’s looks. Fabrication wise, tweeds and herringbones are teamed with denims and more casual garments layered underneath for a fresh take on smart-casual.
Of course, it’s not all casual tailoring, it would be a shame not to let Timothy’s legendary tailoring skills loose on the mighty tux. There are definitely some full on power dressing suits for the more gentry Superdry customers out there. If a tux is too much, how about investing in a fresh take on an 80s classic – the double-breasted suit. Given a much skinner cut, the ‘db’ is brought up to date and feels very wearable again (could it be all those nights watching back to back Mad Men rubbing off on us?) Again, a perfect buy for those that like a more casual style as the pieces can be broken down and worn as separates.
So whether it be your first foray in to suiting or you just can’t pass up the chance to pick up a Timothy Everest two piece at an affordable price, look no further than Superdry for all your suiting needs.
Available now from the Superdry website and flagship Regent street store.