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Check shirts and comfort-chic style: is the easy outfit selected for December

   

Of the darker colours typically found in winter outfits, it is the vibrant colours on the check shirts in the Beluga Washed range, A/W 2017/2018 collection, that stand out. Red, green, blue and even yellow, as seen on the shirt chosen for the man’s outfit this month. A casual combination that does not go unnoticed and is ideal for your free time.

It all begins with the check shirt, produced in Albini linen flannel: a sophisticated, soft fabric which is also warm. The yellow combines with multi-coloured grey tones that create a lively item of clothing, which stands out in your winter wardrobe.

The grey colour on the flannel check shirt is matched with the single-breasted bouclé wool jacket. The shawl collar combines perfectly with the shirt and allows the lively colour to show through.
The look is rounded off with dark blue trousers again in wool, which guarantee maximum comfort even in the coldest weather. The style of this item of clothing is classic: the creases give the outfit a slightly formal touch, creating a balance with the shirt's exuberant character. In addition, the easy fit on these trousers makes them even more comfortable.
This is all matched with comfortable, grey suede shoes.

This is clearly a casual outfit: the yellow shirt stands out adding vibrancy to this combination. The dark colours on the jacket and trousers are highlighted by the bright shades on the shirt that break up the monotone winter harshness. We have an informal look before us and one capable of surprises.
The weekend is undoubtedly the ideal opportunity to show off this outfit or at an open-air event, in the city as well as any mountain location. This combination pairs up with the proposal we made last week for women, with the Rita shirt: both are sought-after and in line with the 2017/2018 season’s trends that see check playing a leading role in what we wear.

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