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Words: C. Saramowicz

After spending Christmas in comfort-friendly clothing to accommodate long, lazy days and delicious food, New Year’s Eve is the perfect opportunity to up the ante and go all out. The key with outfitting is to have a bit of fun, wherever you’re headed; after all, New Year’s Eve is a time for celebrating the past year and welcoming in the new one.

No matter the event, we’ve got you covered for whatever comes your way.



Parties are often the most casual way to spend New Year’s, but that doesn’t mean you should slacken your efforts. Invest in a solid party shirt that will see you through many an event and help you stand out from the crowd; our burgundy tie dye shirt is crafted from a fluid fabric that drapes gently across the body and feels great on the skin too. Designed in Italy, the tie dye print is a tonal sunset of reds and brown that pairs well with anything from tailored bottoms to smart drawstring trousers. They’re a great smart casual addition to the outfit, softening the aesthetic. Add a pair of chunky suede loafers and you’ve got a party-ready look to ring the new year in.



If you’re spending New Year’s watching the fireworks, you’ll need to bundle up (especially if you’re in the UK). That doesn’t mean that you have to sacrifice your get-up, though – throw on a double-breasted suit in a rich, festive red tone and you’ll instantly feel put together. Crafted from medium wale cord in a slim fit, it offers a refined silhouette that’ll look great on its own or under a warm winter coat. As for your base layer, go for a mock neck jumper with the softest hand-feel so it feels great on – woven from a rich merino blend with added stretch, it’ll keep you cosy under the suit and pairs well with just the suit trousers if you decide to remove the jacket.



Black ties are always a great excuse to dress up. Though everyone loves the full tux look, the occasion doesn’t always call for it. A more casual take is swapping your usual dress shirt for a merino mock neck, instantly relaxing the outfit. Add a pair of performance trousers cut to a tailored fit for a refined yet slightly softer look, and finish with a coloured velvet jacket (our take is in a royal blue tone) to shake things up a bit. As for shoes, go classic with a pair of polished loafers and you’ll have a balanced, elegant outfit worth shouting about.