Menswear Spotlight: How to master the country casual trend
The air is crisper, the days are shorter and our jackets are much thicker.
Like Kate Middleton's unwavering influence on women's fashion, we have the likes of Prince William, David Gandy and Benedict Cumberbatch to thank for readjusting the spotlight back on the effectiveness of country-inspired styles.
On the autumn/winter catwalks, forest green, grey and navy blue all appeared prominently, with layering knits and mixing texture featured as one of the biggest stories for men's wardrobes this season.
As we official enter the colder autumn/winter months, we teamed up with Arnotts to showcase our essential country casual edit.
(L to R) Ealing trenchcoat by Remus Uomo, €279; Straight fit trousers, €135 by Gant; leather gloves, €115 by Barbour; china collar shirt, €49.95 by Selected Homme, all at Arnotts.
(L to R) Barbour Classic Tartan Flatcap Green, €50, Barbour Quilted Gloves Brown, €70, Barbour Axle Quilted Jacket Navy, €155 and regular straight fit cords by Gant, €145, all at Arnotts.
Formal trousers in wine, €59.95 by Selected Femme; Baxter tan boot, €150 by Ted Baker; Donegal stripe crew neck jumper, €110 by Gant and wool scarf, €45 by Barbour, all at Arnotts.