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NEXT + MENSWEAR STYLE AW16 PREVIEW

HOW TO EFFORTLESSLY UPGRADE YOUR WINTER WARDROBE

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Next + Menswear Style AW16

With a chill in the air and the forthcoming harsh elements, a more practical new wardrobe is required. We’ve teamed up again with Next to showcase two versatile looks which will effortlessly upgrade your winter wardrobe this season. With a focus on understated fabrics and graceful layering we’ve styled two humble yet authentically stylish outfits for the winter season ahead.

Office Textures 

This look (£334) is for gentlemen who like to present themselves professionally at work. This outfit portrays powerful warm tailoring with autumnal tones which makes use of winter fabrics and seasonal trends. When we first got out hands on this Light Grey Flannel Suit we just knew it was the perfect winter office staple. Keeping things on trends we then picked out a Merino Zip Neck which is a similar but alternative to the roll neck garment – great for those men who don’t like to be too restricted around the neck area. Since no man should be without a signature coat we've chosen this striking oatmeal Epsom Coat which teams flawlessly with these leather Brogue Cleated Boots which will give you all the grip you need on icy mornings.

Relaxing Weekend 

This look (£158) is as comfortable as it appears and although its a casual outfit at heart, the look can also be work appropriate. The main object is that it’ll take you straight into each weekend's activities smoothly. The Navy Textured Bomber Jacket can be thrown over almost anything in your winter wardrobe. We decided to team it with a clean Crew Neck T-Shirt, and we truly believe that a man can never have too many plain white tees in his draw. The smarter element of the look is brought via these slim-fit Navy Textured Trousers which are then complimented by minimalist leather Lace-Up Trainers which prove that smart trousers and sneakers can work.

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