Aquascutum Coat: Now we’ve reached spring, it’s time to ditch the heavy outerwear but that doesn’t meant you have to immediately throw all your jackets to the bottom of your wardrobe! This raincoat is contemporary and dapper, yet also lightweight, which means you can protect yourself from the inevitable spring showers without self-combusting under the heat of a heavy outer-layer. It’s classically coloured and has a number of stylish details, including a front pointed collar with Bingham pattern on the underside. A great spring purchase.
£550 at Aquascutum
A Day’s March Sneakers: This brand makes clean-cut menswear basics and wardrobe staples of the highest quality. These summer beauts are made with Spanish suede with a durable Italian Margom-sole in vulcanised rubber. It comes with a shoe bag for travel and one extra pair of laces. Handmade in Portugal. Note: Runs big in size. Choose one size smaller than your normal fit.
£145 at adaysmarch.com
Ron Dorff Tee: The new Ron Dorff collection has plenty of awesome casual wear, This classic T-Shirt as launched in the 30s with multi-coloured screen print. Also slightly depressing when your birth year is printed as a classic item… but I’ll still have one.
£70 at Rondorff.com
New & Lingwood DJ: Dressed to kill and looks to thrill in New & Lingwoods Peak Lapel Dinner Jacket. The single-breasted peak lapel evening jacket is made in a traditional Savile Row semi-canvassed construction with slanted flap pockets. The fabric is 100% wool Barathea which is woven by one England’s finest mills. The lapels are in a traditional lustrous faille (fine ribbed) weave.
£995 at New & Lingwood
Pervical Jacket: Instead of always rocking a denim take a look at Percival’s Japanese denim jacket, really strong alternative summer look!
£189 at Percival