day-off dress code
Sportswear: the team shirt question
Can you wear a team’s shirt without being a true fan? We say no! Because following
sport is about much more than the design of the kit.
Pullover: a Gentleman can relax, too
No wardrobe should be without a classic sweater, whether you’re off to play sport or lounging at home. Feel free to experiment with colour, but black and grey will go with any trousers.
Socks: no red card a splash of colour
If you plan to show a bit of leg, colourful socks set the tone – we recommend something bright that contrasts appropriately with your outfit. But remember: length is key
Jeans: the classic of classics
Everyone should own a pair of timeless straight-leg blue jeans. They offer much more space than the skinny hipster variety, and baggy jeans have passed their sell-by date
The red sneaker effect
It’s been proven that dressing unconventionally can raise your status. A gentleman knows the dress code, but is happy to go against it, which is why we’ll soon see David Beckham in a red suit, with his phone in his trouser pocket.