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Our Top 5 Spring-Ready Menswear Essentials

Spring can be a tricky time when it comes to styling men’s outfits. It’s too hot for chunky knitwear, but it’s also too cold for t-shirts. It’s also a time when you need to start packing away those winter colours of brown and burgundy, and instead start embracing more neutral colours in your collection. Guaranteed, there will still be chilly mornings and sudden daily downpours – so you’ll still need a coat – but lighter mid-weight fabrics and layering techniques is the way forward. Here we’ve picked out 5 of our favourite spring-ready threads to inspire you to get started.

Nobis Yardly Car Coat  

The Yardley car coat is Nobis’ modern take on a classic silhouette. In a new seasonal fatigue green, the Yardley features a 3-ply nylon lining and removable hood. Prepared for anything that Spring brings, Yardley is waterproof, breathable and windproof. Nobis are passionate about the integration of technical outerwear and classic fashion. They bring functional and technical elements together with meticulous tailoring, investing in the details. Classic fitted silhouettes are reinterpreted as performance outerwear, always designed for global movement and unpredictable weather. 

£595 from nobis.com


Base London Suede Chelsea Boots 

Step into the new season with Base London’s flint suede chelsea boots from Base London’s stone range. The timeless silhouette is refreshed with a light suede upper to keep your Spring footlocker fresh and sleek. Available in softy and suede rich leather uppers, featuring a coordinated elasticated gusset, this boot is a perfect match for that smart/casual vibe. The boots' sturdy resin sole is also complimented with ortholite insole technology for added support and comfort. 

£79.99 from baselondon.com

Base London
Base London

Ps By Paul Smith Suede Jacket 

Suede is going to be big this year and this stunning PS by Paul Smith jacket is a standout piece that’ll do you proud without looking overly Western. The brown suede jacket features two chest patch pockets, side slip pockets, button-fastening cuffs, adjustable hem tabs, internal zipped pocket, and multicoloured lining. It’ll keep you warm on a chilly spring day without bulk or compromising your style. 

£650 from harveynichols.com

Ps By Paul Smith
Ps By Paul Smith

Incotex Jake Camp-Collar Linen Shirt 

Linen often gets a bad reputation for wrinkling too easily but if you look past that and actually embrace that as part of you Spezzatura mentality, it’s a great sustainable fabric that keeps you cool and fresh under the sun. Part of the Slowear group, Incotex works with specialist factories across Italy to create premium pieces. This 'Jake' shirt is cut from lightweight, breathable linen and is ideal for warm weather and holidays. 

£220 from mrporter.com


Kenzo Mermaid Corduroy Jacket

Here’s to proving that corduroy isn’t just for winter. This one is in a spring Ecru shade and will take you through spring days all the way to summer evenings. The jacket is a playful approach to creating everyday sartorial pieces. Kenzo takes the fashion crowd's obsession with mythical creatures and fantasy characters into his own hands when designing this corduroy jacket. Showing two eerie mermaids embroidered to the reverse for a subtle touch of whimsy without losing its masculine aesthetic. It's an essential spring layer with a twist. 

£360 from harrods.com



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