Your spring wardrobe, sorted

Time to refresh your style? Look to Paul Smith for around-the-clock staples, Tiger of Sweden for city smart, BOSS for urban street style, Ted Baker for trend-led swag, and Barbour for preppy weekend wear. We’ve got it covered – basics and beyond.

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The first switch in transitioning from winter to spring is the coat. Pack away your heavy outerwear and slot a perennially cool bomber, rugged trucker or smart/casual mac into your repertoire.

For knitwear, turn to lighter colours and thinner, breathable weaves. Equally, sweatshirts come into their own in spring as the ideal middle ground – perfect on their own or layered under a jacket.

Let David Beckham be your guide for successful spring dressing. For in-between weather, he’ll wear a T-shirt and beanie, or denim shirt layered under a light safari jacket.

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Working wardrobe


There's some good news for your working wardrobe, as one of the biggest trends for SS21 is a fresh new take on suiting. But this time around we're looking at a beautiful colour combo – earthy beige and electric blue.

Office codes are also changing. Spring – with all its new season optimism – gives you a chance to mix it up. Change your shirt for a striped tee, wearing with your suit blazer, trousers and trainers. Wear subtly patterned shirts with khaki trousers or go for a luxe bomber and chinos.

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Be a little bit daring and mix blue with subtle accents of orange or yellow, for example, its always stylish. Try introducing pattern and colour into your wardrobe through statement tees and pastel Oxford shirts.

A few simple changes can breathe fresh air into your outfits. Swap cords for jeans, boots for trainers and scarves for aviator sunglasses and buy items that can work just as well for weekends as they will for smart-casual, from chinos to shirts.


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