A four-day weekend means four good reasons to get some new things in your wardrobe.


Words: C. Saramowicz


We love a bank holiday here in the UK. And with Easter bank holiday offering up a four-day weekend, it’s time to step up your outfit game and look the part, whatever you’ve got going on. Whether you’re seeing family, going away for a few days or hanging out closer to home, we’ve got looks worthy of showing off.



Tonal spring knits

Every spring wardrobe deserves space for multiple short sleeve shirts. Worn open or over a vest in the summer months, it’s an easily layerable piece that can see you through spring too. Choose a hue that works for you – a darker tone looks great for evening plans while lighter, brighter colours are perfect for days out in the sun. Wear on it’s own if the weather permits, or layer with a light jacket or overshirt with the sleeves rolled up.

A cotton blend with added stretch makes our knitted cuban collar shirt roomy, breathable but still structured enough to offer soft lines across the shoulders. Add a neutral pair of chinos with an elasticated waistband for extra comfort and you’ve got the perfect off-duty look. Make it tonal by adding a pair of khaki loafers for a cohesive finish.

If it’s cooler than anticipated


Neutrals galore

Neutrals are trending, and for good reason – they’re the perfect base for building an outfit, but don’t look half bad when styled together, either. Take it up a notch this spring by trying out a new pattern or two; our floral zip bomber features subtle tonal embroidery that’ll ease you in if you’re hesitant to try something a bit different.

As for the rest of the outfit, continue the oatmeal colour story by combining an airy linen jogger with a merino-rich tee, finishing with a pair of neutral-toned chunky trainers.

If it’s cooler than anticipated

A graphic affair

If you’re feeling bold, a graphic shirt will get you all the right attention. Start off with a pair of chinos, crafted from a soft cotton with added stretch for busy days. Versatile and easy to style, they’re just a good with a button-down Oxford as they are with a plain white tee, allowing for an easy transition between events.

Then, the star of the show; a knitted Cuban shirt featuring a Japanese inspired landscape. It’s a stand out piece, and works well alongside simple separates and a pair of fresh white trainers. Graphic shirts are great for drawing attention to your upper half, or adding a bit of interest to a muted outfit.

If it’s cooler than anticipated