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Classic M&S


When it comes to style, sometimes it’s good to do away with bells and whistles, and keep things simple. Marks & Spencer’s autumn-winter menswear is focusing on just that: classic and understated wardrobe staples. The much-loved British brand have taken an architectural approach for their Foundation Edit collection, offering all the building blocks you need for a complete modern wardrobe, full of essentials and timeless pieces. Their casual wear, curated (and modelled) by Oliver Cheshire, who’s selected an impressive range of winter-ready items, includes chunky jumpers, checked shirts, sportsinspired tops, and accessories from baseball caps to hiking boots. And in the main range, there’s plenty to see. Autumnal tones are there, of course, along with chunky roll-necks and denim shirts that look great paired with M&S’s tailored collections. You can even add rich texture to your look with a velvet blazer, go bold with a geometric print shirt, or face the elements in an over-sized parka.

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