With temperatures dropping by the day, it seems we’re slowly but surely creeping towards winter – and the inevitable weather dependent wardrobe overhaul that comes with it. The transitional wardrobe is something that can bring on a panic induced sweat from even the most fashion savvy male, consigning September and October to days upon days of looking like you haven’t bothered checking the forecast before leaving the house.
As usual, however, we have a little something on hand to get you started and make the summer to autumn shift a bit easier: British heritage brand Alan Paine has announced the release of their Treswell Long Sleeve knit polo, specifically for autumn/winter 2013.
Effortlessly bordering the smart/casual divide, the classic three button style is made from the best available Geelong lambswool and comes in eight different shades from the brand’s famous seasonal colour palette. Offering a modern twist on a classic wardrobe staple, the long sleeve polo is a piece we recently advocated in our lightweight knitwear article.
Established for over a century, the family knitwear company was arguably the first to produce the now infamous and essential cable knit sweater, and is still privately owned to this day, based in the heart of the British countryside utilising British design skills.
With retail prices starting at £95, the Alan Paine knit polos are available to buy from alanpaine.co.uk and selected stockists nationwide.
Alan Paine Treswell Long Sleeve Knit Polo