Time to pack away your summer florals and embrace this season’s masculine trend.
Possibly the easiest of all trends to wear this season . Simply take classic pieces you already have in your wardrobe: White shirt (button up all the way), boyfriend jeans, brogues, and overcoat.
Finish off your look with a silk scarf and trilby. If you're short of time in the morning this is a great failsafe look to go for. Chunky knitwear, polo necks and oversized cardigans will also look great with this look.
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Marianne Nappa Bag
Raoul at Matches
Collegiate colours of burgundy, navy and grey and boxy briefcase-style shapes will add a boyish charm to an outfit. This Raoul bag is spot-on.
The double breast and brass buttons give this Isabella Oliver pea coat a military feel. Wear open over boyfriend jeans, layers and knits for a nonchalant weekend vibe.
Levi’s at House of Fraser
Forget your skinnies and borrow from the boys with these classic 501's. A turned up leg is a must to nail the boyfriend look.
Long Cashmere Cardigan
This taupe coloured cardi will add some much needed texture against all the boyish blues. Jaeger's famous soft cashmere will keep you wrapped up warm this winter too.
Reversible Polka Dot Scarf
Invest in a classic Drakes scarf and it'll become a favourite accessory for years to come. The reversible polka dot/pin dot pattern is a quirky take on one of Autumn/Winter's biggest trends.
Leather MK2227 Watch
We're always envious of men's watches which is why we are loving this masculine timepiece from Michael Kors. With its leather detail and large gold face it'll finish off your mannish look perfectly, whilst the multi-strap will fit dainty feminine wrists.
Klue Black Brogues
Complete your boyfriend look with a classic man's shoe. These black leather Topshop brogues are comfy, practical and hugely versatile.