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The New Classics That Every Guy Needs

by Adam Fletcher, Copywriter

They’re here. The brand new men’s collections are beginning to pour-in and, this time, they’re even bigger and better than before - so your everyday essentials might need a rethink (yikes). To help you out, we’ve compiled a list of the very best updates of the season - all of which are appropriate to wear now and they’ll see you through the months to come, too. Ready to hit refresh?

The first update is possibly the simplest. If you want to try a suit but the occasion doesn’t allow, the new two-piece (partnered with a T-shirt and chunky ‘dad’ trainers) is the answer you’ve been searching for. Update 2, discover a light knit with a strong design that's going stay relevant for months to come. Update three, also another lightweight layering look, partner a stripe-print T-shirt with chinos and denim and use them as the base for every look.

Guys, keep scrolling for our line-up of clever buys, complete with more styling tips, to get the most out of your new essentials...

1. The Muscle-fit T-shirt

Muscle-fit styles and winter-inspired colours are a failsafe buy, like this ribbed, short sleeve top. Pair with cropped trousers and partner with a biker jacket and hoodie all the way through to spring.

2. The Straight Leg Jeans and Shacket

Straight-leg jeans, check, utility shacket, check, white T-shirt, check. When it comes to keeping your style up to date, it’s all about layers. Changeable weather alert.

3. The Essential Denim Jacket

Denim jackets are a more affordable and stylish alternative to other winter layers out there. This version is a great example of this. Add prints to make your look more current.

4. The Key Knitted Jumper

Meet the jumper you’ll be wearing from here until March. The trick? Choose a version with dark blue threads, it works with every pair of jeans you already own.

5. The Two-Piece With a T-shirt

Brilliant at multitasking, this suit is a classic wardrobe staple that can be casually teamed with a crewneck, or with a shirt if you’re called into work for an unexpected meeting.