The weather at the moment around the UK is really affecting the way that the fashionable man dresses. One minute it’s all about the shorts, flip flops and sunglasses, and seemingly within a few seconds the clouds have darkened and it’s pouring with rain, only for the sun to appear again later. Usually by this point we’re selling the last of our summer gear, we’ve very few flip flops left and it’s much cooler so the fashionable men are wearing their brand new jeans and trainers with a graphical t shirt – but not this summer!
With the weather being so different we’ve seen some interesting orders coming from around the UK. Some are clearly disappearing off on their holidays with their flip flops, swimming shorts, colourful polo shirts and designer sunglasses while those left at home have been a little more conservative mixing their cargo shorts and chinos with t shirts and some lightweight jackets to ensure that they’re covered in case of rain and showers. However they’ve not just been snapping up the sale summer jackets, the prepared out there must have been in the scouts as they’re snapping up brand new autumn jackets so they don’t have to buy twice. So for the next few weeks while the weather changes all too quickly you’ll see an influx of fashionable guys matching their shorts and espadrilles or canvas shoes with autumn lightweight padded jackets or military style blazers.
The best brand for this has to be the Dutch masters G Star. Their autumn range so far covers a top denim jacket, a variety of recolite jackets, overshirts, bomber jackets, blazers and much more. With prices ranging from £109 to £155 you’ll look good matching these with shorts now, or with jeans, trainers boots and a hat in a couple of months time when the colder and wetter weather really kicks in. With a variety of canvas, polyester, cotton and denim on show you’ll be able to easily match your jacket with your jeans or shorts when the time comes. Head over to Mainline Menswear now to grab yourself something from one of the best G Star jackets ranges ever produced.
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