This week on the High Street

By Gary Dennis Wednesday 23rd Aug, 2017

James Bay x Topman Jacket – Now usually when a brand collaborates with a celeb things don’t always go to plan (we’re looking at you Dale Winton x Versace 2009 collection). However, Topman have paired with sensual-haired rocker, James Bay, for a 13-piece collection based on James’ signature style; this suede Harrington jacket being just one of the classy pieces available.

£130 from Topman

 

Native Youth Shirt – A quintessential summer shirt featuring the most summery of summer iconography; pineapples and palm trees. Native Youth is a brand we are really in to at the moment, check out our interview with their founder, Ash Kumar, here to find out more behind the brand.

£35 from Native Youth

 

Noose & Monkey Trousers – Jazz up your bacon & eggs with these eye-catching burgundy tartan trousers from Noose & Monkey. A fresh white sneaker would compliment them just wonderfully.

*For clarification “bacon & eggs” is rhyming slang for “legs”. Do not put these trousers on your fry-up, that is mental.

£65 from Noose & Monkey

 

M&S Pocket Square – Add a dash of colour and sophistication to your blazer with this paisley pick / magenta pocket square from Marks & Spencer. It is made from 100% pure silk which means it’s smoother than Barry White’s Greatest Hits.

£12.50 from M&S

 

Ted Baker Polo – With the palm tree print, this golf-centric polo from Ted Baker, makes you feel as if you are on the sunny links of Miami rather than the smog-laden courses of Greater London. You will have to go a fairway to find a better collection of golf inspired clothing this year (pun well and truly intended and performed to a tee (pun intended for a 2nd time – pun-ception!)).

£79 from Ted Baker