With Autumn just around the corner, the days are getting shorter and the air is getting colder, but most of all, the long sleeved clothing season is in full swing. One wardrobe staple you can always count on for this time of year is your long-sleeved shirts. They can be dressed up, or dressed down, depending on your occasion. Here are our favourite ways to style a shirt:
You’re headed out on a short holiday. That’s great! Now don’t mess up your mini adventure by packing your luggage for a weekend trip with scores of things you don’t need, dragging along overpacked bags, and leaving things behind you wish you’d included.
Cropped trousers, otherwise known as ankle trousers or capris, make a lot of sense when the outside temperature is between hot and cold—as is so often the case during our notoriously brief summers. And capris have long been portrayed on the big screen and in fashion magazines as part of an appealing and chic, relaxed summer look. However, many will agree they’re a tricky wardrobe item to style well in practice.
Flannel is a woven fabric usually made from cotton, wool or a blend of fibers, characterized by its slightly raised nap and soft hand. Durable, warm and comfortable, flannel is routinely used in the production of sheets, blankets, and apparel such as sleepwear and long-sleeve shirts ; the latter having become an iconic symbol of rugged outdoorsiness.
Stars put flat caps in the limelight now and then—think David Beckham, and Brad Pitt, to name just a few—but the low-profile hat rises well above the fashion whims of famous blokes.
The start of jumper season is upon us, and it’s cosy consolation for the end of summer. If we must say farewell to warm, sunny days, at least we have our favourite knits to cuddle up in whilst enjoying a cuppa.
With summer officially over, it’s time to think about ditching the shorts and T-shirts and focus on wardrobe essentials for autumn.
Military-inspired clothing is deeply entrenched in fashion. In camouflage print separates and bomber jackets, the military influence is front and centre.