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Styling Guide: Men’s Spring Workwear

The birds are singing, the sun is shining. Mice are making clothes, someone is singing outside and they’re not even stumbling back from a bottomless brunch.  But, despite spring making everything feel like a Disney movie, you STILL have to go to work. 

And as Sleepy, Grumpy, Existential Paranoid, and the other ones said, ‘Hi ho hi ho, it’s off to work we go. And also you had better look stylish enough for the sleepy lady or we will beat you with our tiny shovels and leave you for dead’.

Here’s how to avoid a beating…

What should men wear to work in the Spring?

Well, it really depends on where you work. If you’re a fireman, for example, it’s probably best to stick to your usual ensemble.  


If your office requires a suit, go linen. It’s lighter, more breathable and makes you look like you’ve got some Cubans in your drawer to share with Glenn and Giles after a big win. But you don’t want to look too intimidating so instead of a shirt, why not switch things up for spring with a knitted polo shirt, or even a t-shirt.

If you work in a more creative industry, the only time you should wear a suit is on your first day, so that everyone can laugh about it for years to come. Still, there’s no need to look like a swamp monster. Why don’t you try a t-shirt overshirt combo with a pair of chinos. Got a meeting? Go linen trousers and a knitted polo shirt



How do you style a suit in the spring?

Exactly like you would in winter. But also completely differently.

Imagine you’re giving an important presentation. The figures don’t quite add up/the graphics look like a willy/ you suddenly need a poo. What would you rather be wearing? A cool linen, sweat-wicking stylish suit? Or a polyester plastic bag? 



Laid-back suiting

One word. Linen.  

That’s pretty much it. 

Now get back to work!



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