You may have seen last month that I swung by A Days March, to check out the new Berwick Street store a day before it was opened to the public.
Well, if you didn’t and A Days March is new to you as a brand, I highly suggest you read on…
With four stores in Sweden, the Scandinavian brand are designing clothes that will whet the appetite for the Londoners craving Scandi-minimalist clothing at an accessible price-point.
I’ve been wearing their clothes for over a year now and the brand is starting to become a stable part of my casual-wear wardrobe.
The Berwick Street store sits proudly in the heart of Soho and boasts a curated collection designed for their London audience. As with many brands looking to keep price points competitive, they’ve made a decision to adopt a direct-to-consumer approach placing more emphasis on online sales and of course the store.
The SS18 collection features a range of overshirts, which is perhaps the brands most notable garment, along with denim and suede sneakers, which add to the core collection made up of jerseys, shirts and sweaters.
I speak from experience when I say the products are of seriously high-quality, especially given the price point.
Signature white-tees (their entry level product) are just £25 and I’d be shocked if you weren’t pleasantly surprised with the price-point of most of their garments.
The pieces that have made my wardrobe so far include a green overshirt, blue suede sneakers and a wool-bomber, which I absolutely love.
Check out some of the SS18 collection below:
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