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|7 Sep|3 mins

Upgrade Your Off Duty Wardrobe

Look out weekend, ‘cause here you come.
Elle Glass
7 Sep
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There’s something special about a weekend. A whole two days to yourself. Whether you choose to spend those days building an empire of your own, catching the game or Netflix and chilling, you want something that says ‘I’m off the clock’. Weekend wear isn’t tied to any dress code. It’s you, all you. Like Mads said, ‘express yourself’.

The key when choosing pieces for your weekend wear is comfort. You’re looking for threads to live in, ones that are just as good to go courtside as they are bar-side (the latter always being our preferred way of passing the time).

The best thing about weekend wear? Is that they double as vacay wear.

So, book that ticket, take that ride with these tips.

Mix it up a little. Layer a party shirt over your crew-neck and team pool slides with your chinos.

Layer to create a more structured look – handy also for navigating this whole in-between-seasons situation we’ve got going on right now.

Pull together tones that work together – think khaki and crisp white, navy and light blue.

Go for easy classics that will see you through season after season – white t-shirts, denim anything, a jacket that goes with 9/10 things in your wardrobe and sweats that feel fresh in shades you’ll wear all day, every day.

Invest, too, in forever pieces, designer threads and accessories, the kind you’ll want to wear on the daily (four-hour work week anyone?). These pieces elevate your look and gives you that got-my-sh&t together feel.

And, always, have fun with it. Try something different to make it feel fresh, like a

Look out weekend, ‘cause here you come.

Advice
|7 Sep|3 mins

Upgrade Your Off Duty Wardrobe

Look out weekend, ‘cause here you come.
Elle Glass
7 Sep
Share:

There’s something special about a weekend. A whole two days to yourself. Whether you choose to spend those days building an empire of your own, catching the game or Netflix and chilling, you want something that says ‘I’m off the clock’. Weekend wear isn’t tied to any dress code. It’s you, all you. Like Mads said, ‘express yourself’.

The key when choosing pieces for your weekend wear is comfort. You’re looking for threads to live in, ones that are just as good to go courtside as they are bar-side (the latter always being our preferred way of passing the time).

The best thing about weekend wear? Is that they double as vacay wear.

So, book that ticket, take that ride with these tips.

Mix it up a little. Layer a party shirt over your crew-neck and team pool slides with your chinos.

Layer to create a more structured look – handy also for navigating this whole in-between-seasons situation we’ve got going on right now.

Pull together tones that work together – think khaki and crisp white, navy and light blue.

Go for easy classics that will see you through season after season – white t-shirts, denim anything, a jacket that goes with 9/10 things in your wardrobe and sweats that feel fresh in shades you’ll wear all day, every day.

Invest, too, in forever pieces, designer threads and accessories, the kind you’ll want to wear on the daily (four-hour work week anyone?). These pieces elevate your look and gives you that got-my-sh&t together feel.

And, always, have fun with it. Try something different to make it feel fresh, like a

Look out weekend, ‘cause here you come.

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