It’s official. Loungewear has left the building. As we get set to ditch the WFH hashtag and well-worn hoodie, our attention is turning to casual refinement. Understated combos that take us from co-working space or studio, to after work drinks. Finally.If your job doesn’t warrant a suit, T.M Lewin, menswear styles purveyors, has S/S2021 covered with its latest chino and shirt drop to upgrade your work-to-social wardrobe.
First up is the Radcliffe chino-normalising casual workwear yet offering a welcome
departure from joggers. The Radcliffe has been meticulously designed to bridge the gap
between looking sharp and feeling relaxed. Carefully constructed using Max Performance
technology, the cotton rich material not only looks good but works good. It’s anti-shrink and anti-fade, so you can wash it frequently with confidence, while maintaining the deep, rich colour and the perfect fit. It’s also anti-pilling, so the hard-wearing areas maintain the fine, smooth texture to the touch,and non-iron, so you can head out the door in a flash.
Cut to a slim fit, the Radcliffe gives a honed, neat look to emphasise your best bits.
Price – £59.95.
Accompanying, the Radcliffe chino for maximum style output is the Slim Fit Plain Denim Shirt ushering a new phase of versatile style staples.
Crafted from a soft indigo, this modern approach to a classic denim shirt allows the piece to be worn at work for a relaxed feel. The denim has been washed to a lighter blue that makes it versatile and sits perfectly with the new season colour palette.
The shirt has a cutaway collar, which is wider-spread for a modern aesthetic. It also has two-button adjustable cuffs that can easily be rolled up for afternoons in the sun in the beer garden or roof terrace.
It is cut to a slim fit shape for a form-flattering silhouette. Wear it open as a casual layering piece, or button it up for sleek style. Team with the Radcliffe chinos and crisp white trainers to nail the smart casual code this spring.
Available to buy here.