For many men, classic colours are a mainstay in their wardrobe and the foundational core upon which you can start building your own personal style. These core classic shades play a critical role in any mans wardrobe and when paired with this seasons brighter colours, will create a modern sleek look that’s sure to get you noticed for the rights reasons.
A pair of chinos in this colour is one of the smartest additions you can make to your fleet of smart-casual pieces for summer 2018. A great base colour to pair with any shade from this seasons colour palette, dare we say, it’s the ‘new black’.
To bring a feeling of confidence and warmth to your summer style, rather than white, light beige and stone, choose richer shades such as sand, tan and camel. A great transitional colour that pairs greatly with a white shirt for a clean, crisp summer look.
Suitable for every skin tone, this colour is the perfect base on which to build your workweek looks, but also plays well with your off-duty wardrobe. Grey is no longer boring as its soft enough to pair with darker shades and neutral enough to mix up with colour.
The summer 2018 palette encourages a sense of fun and playful release. With an air of complexity and distinctiveness, we find ourselves in a sanctuary of colour that is ideal for some more unique and dramatic colour mixing.
Hinting at retro yet at the same time modern, Arcadia is a cooler, cleaner take on green that with its tinge of blue undertone takes us into a new direction for the summer 2018 season. A vibrant colour that’s perfect to pair with jeans, navy trousers and our collection of chinos.
With the expectation of the clear blue sky, Little Boy Blue is no longer for little boys only. Suggestive of expansiveness and continuity, this azure blue shade reassures us with its promise of a new day. A shade that mixes well with grounded colours aswell as lighter, brighter shades for a great summer feel.
Witty and expressive, Spring Crocus is a flamboyant and tantalising fuchsia shade that summons you in with its beguiling charm. One of pink’s best assets is its versatility. A pink shirt or jacket will pair easily with black or blue jeans, sand or navy shorts and even green chinos.