The Ultimate ‘Working-Man’s’ Outfit

Charles Tyrwhitt is known and loved for its proper shirts, sharp tailoring, and slick separates – until recently. More recently the brand has branched out and they’ve added smart-casual pieces, all the way to refined loungewear and trainers to their arsenal. CT’s refreshed offering is a versatile, hybrid collection, designed to take you not only from work to the weekend but through formal and casual spaces throughout a single working day. The world is changing, we all know this and the 5 days a week in the office is no more. Men now need flexible outfits for flexible working. We’ve abandoned the full-time home office (sofa, ahmen), and we now have reasons to dress up again. But we can afford to be a little more relaxed while staying appropriate and stylish for our various appointments throughout the day. However, say your office is behind the bar? As part of Charles Tyrwhitt’s new collection, they’ve invited award-winning Bartender and Drinks Consultant Rich Woods (aka The Cocktail Guy). Whether he’s managing bars, creating new recipes or meeting investors, style plays a vital part in Rich’s business endeavours. Rich has shaped the cocktail menus of numerous leading London bars and restaurants, and now he’s helping TC reshape the modern man’s style with this latest collaboration. The collection features the brilliantly styled Merino Blazer which is one of our favourites from the collection and a truly versatile piece, paired with the TC’s Ultimate Non-Iron Chinos, Smart Jersey Stripe Tyrwhitt T-Shirt and the Suede Derby Brogue Shoes will have heads turning at even the most boring of meetings. From £24.95, Available


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