Velour tracksuits are finally making the switch from Kardashian backside to credible athleisure piece for men. With a more interesting texture than usual sportswear, this soft-touch jacket has a cool, retro feel without requiring anyone to comb through vintage rails. The contrast raglan sleeves keep the yellow shade wearable, especially when matched with tailored trousers.
Available at ASOS, priced £32.
The Cambridge Satchel Company’s Folio bag became a modern British icon, and this latest twist makes it a functional wardrobe addition. Cut from textured saffiano leather, the simple design borrows features from the original model, with the addition of adjustable straps and top handle. Big enough for an arsenal of gadgets, but unassuming enough for everyday use.
Available at Cambridge Satchel Co, priced £195.
Whether it’s the full force of Storm Doris or just a bit of March drizzle, chances are we’re going to hit some showers before summer kicks in. Swap the winter coat for a transitional coach jacket, like this green example from Swedish brand Cheap Monday. The lightweight fabric makes it great for layering, and you can trust Scandinavians know a thing or two about keeping warm whatever the weather.
Available at Cheap Monday, priced £80.
Ex-Givenchy and Dior designer, Alexandre Mattiusi launched Ami with the aim of bringing a high-fashion eye to a more affordable price bracket. While some of the Parisian label’s pieces still reach quadruple figures, his classic shirts are an easy way to add some polish to your formalwear.
Available at Ami, priced £145.
Nailed the basics of denim? Off-white jeans are a next level trend to graduate to, but one that will pay dividends as the weather warms. These Topman trews are in a more forgiving shade than crisp white, and will pair easily with navies and greens for a Spring look that is less predictable than the usual jeans and T-shirt combo.
Available at Topman, priced £60.
You’d have to be living under a soundproof rock not to know green is set to be big in 2017. Fortunately, River Island has diluted the bright, Kermit shade of the year with this more wearable textured jumper, which will look good on all skin tones and with just about any layers.
Available at River Island, priced £30.
If you’ve had your fill of black and brown belts, working in a hint of colour can add personality to your outfit without heading into novelty territory. Oliver Spencer’s uniquely British take on relaxed style brings a touch of sunny yellow to dull grey.
Available at Oliver Spencer, priced £89.
Feeling the pinch before payday needn’t mean rummaging through the remnants of sale racks. These wool-mix trousers from Manchester brand Native Youth pack in high-end design at a solidly high street price. An elasticated waistband ticks the sportswear trend, while a straight leg means they’ll be flattering on all shapes. Plus, the breezy colour makes them the ideal kecks to put some Spring in your step.
Available at Native Youth, priced £27.
See-now-buy-now formats mean you no longer have to mug a model after the show to get the latest pieces, like this long-sleeved striped T-shirt from Burberry. Sure, it’s pricey, but it’s a statement piece that’s sure to become a Christopher Bailey classic. And if the embroidery is too much, it’s available without it, too.
Available at Harrods, priced £495.
Uniform Wares has gained a cult following thanks to its combination of vintage design and strong technical performance. Hardy enough for everyday wear and smart enough that you won’t want to take it off, this slick, stainless steel and black leather watch houses a Swiss-made quartz movement and is finished with a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal.
Available at Mr Porter, priced £350.
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