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Seven Days of Staples

Posted 18.06.19  - Style

We take you through a week dressed in our Classics Collection; timeless pieces suited to any occasion and designed to stand the test of time.



Monday Back to Work



This mid-blue Bengal stripe shirt and grenadine tie strikes a confident note to start the working week.

Tuesday Morning Meetings



For those days in the week when you need to make a professional impression, a classic white shirt and printed tie can’t be beaten.





Wednesday Smart-Casual



Our classic Oxford button downs are perfect for semiformal style or quiet days at your desk. Pair with an understated navy blazer and a burgundy silk knitted tie .


Thursday Day to Evening



This cotton/cashmere denim shirt is smart enough to pair with polished grey or navy tailoring yet relaxed enough to wear open-necked for an evening out after hours.



Friday Changing Tone



Earthy tones are an underrated choice for the office and this light blue checked shirt sits comfortably with a dark brown textured silk tie.



Saturday A Lazy Afternoon



Quiet weekends call for relaxed, yet sophisticated shirts. Our grey cotton/ cashmere blend shirt is chic, comfortable and easy to dress up with our sky blue spot silk pocket square or down, with our geometric socks , whichever your mood takes you.



Sunday Dinner Out



When the invitation asks for Black Tie, it pays to get the details right. Our classic eveningwear will have you turned out present and correct. Shop our eveningwear collection here.



T&A Editorial Team

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