Take advantage of your off-hours with clothes that look just as razor sharp as what you wear to the office, but are decidedly more laidback thanks to soft fabrics and relaxed cuts. Paired with the perfect leather duffle, you’ll be ready to escape the city for a weekend away.
Cut like a blazer, but quilted for extra warmth, this jacket is a handy travel companion. The leather details are a luxurious touch, and there’s a third button closure hidden under the lapels that lets you bundle up if the temperature drops.
A thin turtleneck is a versatile, easy-to-wear layer that will keep you warm without overheating, and looks just as good paired with a suit as it does with more casual weekend wear.
Athleisure isn’t going away anytime soon, but that doesn’t give you an excuse to wear your rattiest sweats out of the house. Instead, choose a tailored pair that look more like trousers than a lounge pant, and reap the rewards of looking great while being extra comfortable.
Adidas latest shoe is a revived archival design that were originally worn on tennis courts. Minimalist lines complimented by textured leather and subtle suede accents make for a sweet pair of high-top kicks.
If you don’t already have a go-to leather weekender, you could do a lot worse than this version by Loewe. The Spanish luxury house has had new life breathed into it by new creative director Jonathan Anderson, and badass, buttery soft bags like this one are the result.
This Quartz watch from Seiko is an unassuming yet stylish way to keep track of the time. The matte black case and NATO strap are trendy touches, while the yellow accents and glow-in-the dark hands add a welcome touch of colour and make the face easy to read.