Words: Joseph Kocharian; Images: Mr P. at MR PORTER collection
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Now in its 10th year, online style destination MR PORTER have always been connoisseurs of menswear, so it made perfect sartorial sense when the brand launched their own clothing line, Mr P., in 2017.
As you’d expect, the range is full of smart yet wearable pieces to invigorate your wardrobe. To celebrate the brand’s landmark anniversary, Attitude’s Fashion director, Joseph Kocharian selects his favourites from the latest drop.
As the seasons change, stay in vogue with the latest Mr P. must-haves — now available through Klarna as well as traditional payment options.
For cooler days, there’s the reversible gilet (pictured), with a wool-blend or water-resistant side — or, for a shot of colour, invest in the corduroy overshirt (pictured).
As well as staples you’ll wear again and again, you can rely on Mr P. for beautiful basics, such as the natural-dye, organic cotton tees, which offer multiple options for layering.
“Easy pieces, smart details, enduring style” are watchwords of the Mr P. label, and this season’s drop is no exception, featuring plenty of hardworking items that will slot seamlessly into your wardrobe to create a multitude of outfit combinations.
Natural colour tones are a theme, with lush greens, sky blues and also earthy coppers that harmonise perfectly with the outdoorsy lumberjack prints, corduroy shirts, gilets and jeans.
Lucien desert boot, £345
“Shoes make an outfit”, so the saying goes. Versatile and classic, you can’t put a foot wrong in these smart suede boots.
Take that WFH comfort to the office in these drawstring trousers.
Stay stylishly in step with Mr P. — from formal and fashion footwear to casual trainers, there’s a pair to suit you.
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