Craig shares details of A Day’s March, a Swedish men’s clothing brand, and shows us his favourite pieces from the latest collection.
Just some of the clothing available from A Day’s March
Established in 2014 by Marcus Gårdö, Pelle Lundquist and Stefan Pagréus, they got together to create an affordable range of staple items that reflected their own style, which would stand the test of time and help the wearer create a functional and stylish wardrobe. With their mantra “part of your life, your armour and your friend” at the front of their minds A Day’s March was born.
A smarter look from A Day’s March with their classic overshirt and chinos
Influences from the range are of course Scandinavian at the forefront, with elements of Italian style and a classic American element mixed in. It’s a relaxed collection that can be mixed and matched to suit the occasion. The range is also sustainably sourced across Europe and the guys wanted to address the issue of throwaway fashion, making sure that all of the pieces stood the test of time and wont date too quickly. Their £25 100% cotton T-Shirt has in fact been certified by the Global Organic Textile Standard, showing a real desire to ensure their clothing has ethical roots. View Post
Craig shares details of the new partnership between Primark and Harris Tweed and shows us his new jacket and waistcoat.
With wool from the borders of Scotland thanks to the Cheviot sheep, Primark have introduced five brand new pieces for AW17 in a direct partnership with Harris Tweed. It includes the jacket and waistcoat that I’m wearing here, a bomber jacket, a green jacket and a navy jacket.
Craig shows us his top 10 Fair Isle jumpers for autumn and winter 2017
Named after an incredibly small Island off the coast of Scotland, Fair Isle is the general term for intricately patterned knitwear. I won’t bore you with the details of the techniques involved in producing this particular style of knitwear, but I will show you my top ten favourite sweaters that fall into the Fair Isle category.
Fair Isle sweaters really are a great option for the cooler whether, wear one with a tweed jacket over an oxford button down shirt and a bow tie or dress it right down with your favourite old jeans and some comfy socks. Gift wise, you can’t go wrong. They’ve stood the test of time and suit a range of ages since they’ve seen significant resurgence in the past couple of years, so it’s a safe bet.
I’ve done my best to choose you a range of sweaters to suit a range of budgets and tastes.
My Top Ten
First up is this Nordic style sweater by Lands’ End Beige fairisle sweater at Debenhams – Was £110 Now £53.62. This is a more casual swear and will look great with jeans and boots.