Ami Natural Four-Pocket Parka Jacket
Global warming likes to play havoc with your wardrobe. So arm yourself with between-season pieces – like this cropped military jacket from Parisian label Ami – to make sure you’re prepared for whatever mother nature throws at you.
Cut to a slightly cropped fit, and constructed from lightweight cotton-canvas, it’s made for layering – whether over a white tee when the sun’s out, or slipped under something thicker to beat unseasonal chills.
£300. Now £225.
Puma x Stampd Grey Sweatshirt
Yet to earn your athleisure stripes? Nail the trend straight off the mark with this sleek sweatshirt, one of the standout pieces from Puma’s recent hook-up with LA streetwear label Stampd.
As good a fit for dinner as lugging dumbbells, this sweat features ribbing details at the shoulders and arms which elevate it above your bog-standard gym bag kit. Props.
£89. Now £66.75.
Comme des Garçons Shirt Striped Cotton Boy T-shirt
A warm-weather perennial, the Breton tee is ideal for those of us who can’t help but wince at most of the (garish) prints that flood stores come summer.
This one – from offbeat Japanese brand Comme des Garçons – is a refreshingly simple take from a label whose tangle of sub-brands seems to grow increasingly complex. (There are reputedly 20, though we’ve lost count.)
Give it the Riviera treatment with a linen blazer and some lightweight chinos, or sub it in for a plain white tee worn with jeans to tap that off-duty Gallic vibe.
£69. Now £51.75.
Levi’s Vintage Clothing Hank 1969 606 Jeans
When it comes to denim, accept no imitation. As the workhorse of your wardrobe, your jeans should come from a leading name if you want them to last.
These 606 jeans from the daddy of denim, Levi’s, are every stitch the real deal. Cut to the same specifications as their 1969 counterparts, they’re slim but not skinny, offering you a tapered fit that’s smart but stops short of crotch-squashing.
£159. Now £119.25.
A.P.C. Dark Navy Leather Jaden Sneakers
White kicks aren’t always the answer, especially when you spend your weekends carefully ridding them of stains.
Try a paint job instead with these dark navy low-tops from French arbiters of cool A.P.C. Fitted with grippy rubber soles and cushioned cuffs for comfort, they’ll hide myriad misadventures. (And look good with a suit.)
£234. Now £175.50
Uniform Wares 351 Series
One of the drawbacks to dropping serious cash on a watch is the possibility you’ll strap it on just on a few times a year. But by opting for something more stripped-back than showy, you’ll ensure your wristwear gets its airtime.
This Uniform Wares 351/RG-01 keeps things simple. Featuring a minimal dial, rose gold-plated bezel and an Italian calf leather strap in black, it’s got all the markers of a modern classic you’ll wear time and again.
£525. Now £393.75.
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