Whether you live in the city or the countryside, you’ll want to looks stylish for the new season. As autumn fades and the nights draw in, those winter days out crunching through leaves, whether alone or with family and friends, give time to relax, to unwind and to reflect on the good things in life. Get yourself kitted out with this season’s must have clothing for town to countryside style and feel good wherever you go.
Fashion for men
I used to think men had it easy, shorts and t shirt in summer, shirt and trousers with a sweater in winter. It turns out when shopping with my discerning teenager there is more to men’s fashion than meets the eye. It has to be the right brand, at the right price, in the right colour and the latest ‘in fashion’ style. Thankfully help is at hand right from home with online shopping. We have been browsing for the perfect town to countryside style in jumpers this season and found a lovely selection from Jacamo. My son was quick to focus in on a Timberland jumper as the one for him and has been thrilled with the quality, softness and fit. Made from 100% organic cotton in a deep shade of blue it has that perfect understated style he was after; just right for at home here in the countryside or at college in the city.
He added to his collection with some Union Blues, black skinny jeans from the same site. Bang on trend, stylish and comfortable for a long day in college and yet stretchy and practical here on the farm. Dressed up or down it is a wardrobe staple this winter.
Feel right on trend where ever you go this season with these great country gentleman to city style wardrobe must haves. A few well chosen items will cover work, weekend breaks and chilling out with the family to give you understated classic style without costing the earth.
We were sent our jumper and trouser choice free from the Jacamo website in return for this review. All images, thoughts and opinions are my own.
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