There's a definite 1970s influence to the things in the shops at the moment and perhaps that's why there are lots of printed shirts around.
When clients ask me to take them shopping, we might stock up on some basics but they're often looking for something slightly different from what they would normally choose and different colours and prints are a good way to do that. So I thought I'd share with you some of the printed shirts that I've bought with various clients over the past couple of weeks and how we styled them:
If you stick to mostly plain colours or one pattern because you’re afraid of getting it wrong but would like to experiment more, then here are some simple guidelines on how to successfully mix your patterns:
The tail end of the sales is often the best time to pick up a "billy bargain" so I've been doing some virtual sale shopping for you. Just in time for Burns night, I've picked out a selection of tartan and check pieces for you. I like the fact that these pieces can be worn either in either a casual way or made to look more sleek and urban. If like me, you have very little pattern in your wardrobe it's the perfect way to add some in.
Have you thought about your winter wardrobe yet? Here's my guidance to the trends from the shows that you might like to try this winter. I've chosen the looks that I think the majority of men could incorporate easily into their wardrobes.
Seersucker is lightweight, cool and comfortable to wear and as an added bonus, no ironing required! What's not to love?! I've searched out some seersucker tailoring for you and put together some outfits which I think would be great for any summer events you have coming up, where you need to look smart but keep your cool.
If you're checking out of this country some time soon and heading off to summery climes then I've put together some looks for you.
Using many of the micro geometric prints that are around this summer as a base and mixing with muted colours, natural fabrics and retro touches, I hope you can imagine yourself wearing some of the pieces with the sand between your toes, the sun on your skin, and nothing to do but relax.