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Clockwise from top left:

Striped jumper by Jack & Jones. Spotted jumper by AMI. Printed sweatshirt by AMI.

Striped shirt by Polo Ralph Lauren. Jeans by Acne. Knit by AMI.

Roll-neck by United Colors of Benetton. Shirt by ASOS. Sneakers by Converse.

Centre: Knit by Acne.

Whistles Menswear

Earlier this year Whistles announced the introduction of a men’s line in addition to their well-received womenswear collections. Seeing as the brand’s first menswear collection is about to drop this month, now seems as good a time as ever to take another look at the collection and get irrationally giddy about oversized, dropped-shouldered knitwear and sweatpants.

In the style of Patsy Stone’s mood board, here’s the collection in a nutshell: neutral basics, clean and simple, fresh, COMFORTABLE, knits galore of the good sort (ha ha)… and with very nice shoes.

If you’re itching to get your hands on a piece of the collection (or all of it) keep an eye on the Whistles website.

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Who Cares? It’s the Weekend

Vintage plaid shirt. Striped shirt by Bassike. Jeans by Cotton On.

Vintage plaid shirt. Striped shirt by Bassike. Jeans by Cotton On.

When it’s a Saturday morning and the first thing you see outside is grey, you’re likely to eschew the basic rules of dressing and instead pair blue stripes with red plaid. Just go with it. Who really cares? It’s the weekend.

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