The outside world's a scary place to be: why not make it a better-dressed one? Star of the show is Elvine's Abel Jacket, a timeless and tough piece of jacketing designed to keep you comfy and cool for many winters to come. For a transition into warmer climates you can't go wrong with Carhartt's workwear versatility – their eternally-wearable Detroit Jacket can be paired nicely with the fishermen-inspired, bottle green Anglistic Jumper. And last but not least, Country Of Origin perfects and elevates the stripy knit with this abstract printed crewneck.
You’ll always, always need more shirts. Lucky for you, we’ve got plenty. Unsurprisingly, Portuguese Flannel come through strong here, with their typically great selection on show in a colourful variety: the Teca shirt in an eye-catching mustard yellow, a vibrant twist on classic plaid with the Vigo shirt, and a beachy stripe on show on the Montauk shirt. They’re not the only shirt-stylers bringing their A-game, as Carhartt’s Owen Shirt proves an excellent overshirt, and Paul Smith’s Logo Pocket Polo provides a short-sleeved option.
Corduroy is here to stay, and we’ve got plenty to choose from: Folk’s ever-so-popular Signal Pants make a subtle impression in a deep tobacco brown cord, but for a brighter pick, the Afield Porter jacket sings in vibrant orange. Stan Ray’s CPO overshirt provides a streetwear take that's perfect for layering up, and, as ever, Portuguese Flannel’s Lobo shirts keep things simple and timeless – whether you're into a bordeaux red or an olive green.
And lastly, a little ease in these dark times: our most wearable pieces designed for the days where you just don’t want to think about it. We’ve got t-shirts galore, with Edwin’s Fuji San Tee and Carhartt’s Nails Tee providing clean and stylish graphic prints, plus a dash of colour from Paul Smith Colour Block Tee. For an extra dose of comfort, you’ll find the sweatshirt stylings of Universal Works’ Classic Crew Sweat and Folk’s Fracture Sweat a perfect fit.