Belstaff Dunstell Jacket
Born-and-bred in the British industrial town of Stoke-on-Trent, Belstaff has evolved from its earthy origins into a brand beloved by style icons from David Beckham to George Clooney. This waterproof and wind-repellent waxed jacket has been made at its historic mill, with luxury touches like a velvet-lined collar as well as the signature check cotton lining in the body.
Patagonia Rugby Shirt
It’s time to get your wardrobe in order as we sadly hurtle towards autumn. Ease yourself into the task ahead with easy-to-wear transitional pieces like this rugby shirt, a bang-up job from outerwear brand and raging eco-warrior Patagonia with its traditional multi-coloured stripes and neat stiff collar.
Oliver Spencer Solms Jacket
Designer Oliver Spencer built up his reputation as a top British menswear name thanks to pieces like this jacket from his AW19 collection. A traditional blazer on the face of it, it’s actually designed to be buttoned up to the collar so it looks a bit like a Nehru jacket.
John Lewis Slim Fit Khaki Chinos
It’s all in the cut when it comes to picking the right chinos. These from John Lewis, for example, have been given a slightly lower rise with a slim, tapered fit through the legs and a comfy worn-in look, making for as flattering a pair of chinos as you’re ever likely to see.
Peregrine Waffle Jumper
We hate to wish the sun away, but we’re increasingly keen on the idea of bringing out the big jumpers. Independent British brand Peregrine make some top-notch examples, like this pullover made out of wool sheared from Yorkshire sheep before being spun into an eye-catching waffle knit for your wearing pleasure.
Les Basics Polo Sweater
There’s no French in the Les Basics DNA despite the Gallic sounding name, but the born in London, made in Portugal menswear brand is still as chic as it gets. Case in point is this reinvented polo shirt mashed into a sweater, for a heavyweight summer option that’ll easily take you into autumn.
Aldo RPPL Sustainable Trainers
With its simple black design, which is a sort of cross between Yeezy 350s and All Birds, these Aldo trainers will be easy to incorporate into your existing wardrobe. They’re also almost entirely sustainable, made from recycled polyester with soles crafted from algae.
A Day’s March Drawstring Trousers
Rather than mess with the classics, Swedish menswear brand A Days March prefers to just make them as good as they can be. These drawstring trousers for example are made out of a comfortable and relaxing wool-blend with an elegant drape that’ll make you the talk of the airport lounge.
Nomos Glashütte Tangente Sport Neomatik Watch
NOMOS is mostly known for its minimal dress watches, referencing the Bauhaus movement as well as classic German design. This sporty version of the Tangente is a slight departure from previous models, with a chunkier case and unique bracelet, which was designed specifically for it. We approve.
Beast. x Away Travel Dopp Kit
Beast, the uber cool grooming store located in the heart of London’s West End has collaborated with stylish luggage company Away to create this travel kit. It’s got everything you’ll need slotted inside from a Harry’s razor to high grade face cream from Dr Barbara Sturm, so you can keep up your tip-top grooming regime wherever you might be in the world.
Melin Prep Cap
Baseball caps are surprisingly practical. They act as both a sun visor, stopping you from squinting all day, and are an easy solution on bad hair days. In the case of this Melin cap, with its chambray finish and leather detailing, they can look good too.
Everpress x Alfie Kungu Grenfell T-Shirt
It’s a pretty cool concept they’ve got going on over at Everpress, an etailer for designers and artists which allows them to put their work on a plain white T-shirt and push it out to the masses. The company has linked up with Justice4Grenfell for its latest release with 50 per cent of proceeds going towards the charity, and the other half towards the artists who’ve provided their work, including Alfie Kungu who recently collaborated with menswear brand Folk.
Ben Sherman Textured Shirt
For the unsure, it’s best to approach pattern with caution. Take this new textured shirt from Ben Sherman for example. Yes, it’s a dazzling jigsaw of a design, but deck it out in a wearable colour scheme of blue and greys and you have yourself a shirt that should slip under any jacket you care to throw over it.
Cubitts Ampton Sunglasses
After all the talk of AW19 this and transitional clothing that, it’s time to remind ourselves that we’ve still got a few weeks left of summer. Make the most of the dying slithers of sunshine with these Cubitts sunglasses, which have an ever-stylish clear finish.
Gap Quarter Zip Sweater
The quarter zip jumper is one of the most versatile pieces in menswear at the moment, able to go with office wear just as well as it slots in to your weekend wardrobe. This Gap example is made from a light blue wool, and when combined with selvedge denim and work boots, screams ‘cool dad’, if that’s what you’re going for.
Calvin Klein CKJ 016 Skinny Jeans
Black jeans are a wardrobe hero every man could do with. Perhaps the most versatile item of clothing going, they can be worn with virtually anything. This skinny pair from Calvin Klein fits the bill, and due to the slight stretch in the denim, don’t require a heavy break in process.
River Island Paisley Overshirt
Paisley is usually one of the more garish patterns out there, but in the case of River island and this cropped jacket, it’s actually fairly easy to wear. It should still be treated as a statement piece though, so keep the rest of your outfit muted and you’re good to go.
Hoka One One Sky Kaha Boots
Hiking boots have been a surprise hit with the fashion world over the last couple of years. This pair take on a decidedly technical stance, with waterproof leather uppers, Vibram Megagrip soles and Rangi foam for all-out cushioning. The stone colourway helps too.