The usual “what do I wear, what do I not” dilemma might float in your heads every single morning when, at the point of picking your OOTD (for anyone unaware of its connotation, acronym of outfit of the day), an impulsive sense of panic rises, fetching distress and unpleasant moments of tension. How many times do we yearn to ourselves, seeking to appear at our best, and by doing so we tend to combine colourways of contrasting sorts, causing nothing but style catastrophes? The one and only plausible answer is: look no further than ageless chic ensembles – but that’s only if you’re not trend-daring. Iconic heritage brand Barbour might be your new Summer’s most cherished resolution, as its latest season could provide a sense of superb tonal richness to your unquenchable closets.
The label, with its founding dating back to over a century ago, shows a season full of radiant details, maintaining a high level of classic sartorial charm. A modernist twist has been added to Barbour’s latest collection, including radiant pops of colour. This season’s Pop Tartan encompasses a bold, visually catchy tonal palette of blues, greens yellows and reds. The hues, if combined, get to form a micro tartan lining, inspired by the Ayrshire District Tartan, part of the Royal Family. The collection’s range is eclectic and texturally revitalising: the shirts convey a sense of freshness and vigour, ideal for the fast-approaching Summer days. Just when the sun will agree to settle among us, one can also opt for a short sleeve Barbour Toward Shirt. On a further note, the outerwear pieces likewise accessories adhere with the chromatic friskiness brought by the shirts, creating an articulate yet sleek collection. Staple pieces also comprise the Barbour Garth Casual jacket, unlined and lightweight, available in various tonalities.
If you’re ready to embrace the core of classic sartorial appeal, then do not hesitate to visit the Barbour webstore featuring the apparel, available at Barbour.com