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With snow on the way Jon decided that there was only one way to dress; extreme layering. 
 J W Anderson’s menswear show last week may have given us men in skirts but Jon’s interpretation of the androgynous trend is a little more practical. Tights under his jeans keep him toasty whilst an amalgamation of knitwear and padded gillet keep the elements at bay. 
 Oddly enough though after all that care to keep himself warm he’s left his hands at risk of frost bite- A pair of gloves to go with that ensemble perhaps sir? 
 Layers: I literally don’t know where to begin…

With snow on the way Jon decided that there was only one way to dress; extreme layering.

J W Anderson’s menswear show last week may have given us men in skirts but Jon’s interpretation of the androgynous trend is a little more practical. Tights under his jeans keep him toasty whilst an amalgamation of knitwear and padded gillet keep the elements at bay.

Oddly enough though after all that care to keep himself warm he’s left his hands at risk of frost bite- A pair of gloves to go with that ensemble perhaps sir?

Layers: I literally don’t know where to begin…

There aren’t many people who co-ordinate what they eat with what they we wear, Paul on the other hand seems to have referenced the seaside fish and chip palette in his hand when putting together this outfit. 
 An unusual combination of ochre and paisley is a bold choice but one worn with confidence by the Folk founder. As for the twig on his shoe? perhaps it’s a sign of Paul going back to his roots… 
   Shirt: Holland Esquire   
   Mustard trousers: From boutique in Majorca   
   Trainers: Camper   
   Twig: The Great Outdoors

There aren’t many people who co-ordinate what they eat with what they we wear, Paul on the other hand seems to have referenced the seaside fish and chip palette in his hand when putting together this outfit.

An unusual combination of ochre and paisley is a bold choice but one worn with confidence by the Folk founder. As for the twig on his shoe? perhaps it’s a sign of Paul going back to his roots…

Shirt: Holland Esquire

Mustard trousers: From boutique in Majorca

Trainers: Camper

Twig: The Great Outdoors

A little known fact about Oli is he still fits in his childhood wardrobe. Some would say this outfit is somewhat of a school boy error but in this youthful look Oli looks like he’s had his breakfast dessert from the tuck shop and can’t wait to learn at the school of Folk. 
  Jacket: Superdry  
  Jeans: Flying Horse  
  Bag: Zara  
  School book: Folk

A little known fact about Oli is he still fits in his childhood wardrobe. Some would say this outfit is somewhat of a school boy error but in this youthful look Oli looks like he’s had his breakfast dessert from the tuck shop and can’t wait to learn at the school of Folk.

Jacket: Superdry

Jeans: Flying Horse

Bag: Zara

School book: Folk

Anny demonstrates how one item can instantly put a new spin on the everyday capsule wardrobe. 
 He layers a simple saffron scarf (an appropriately autumnal shade) over a staple  jeans and vest combo instantly bringing the vibrant style of Amsterdam to the sleepy shores of Dorset.   
   Vest:  Mantaray   
     Jeans: FCUK   
     Shoes: Fly London   
  Scarf : Amsterdam market stall  
  
  
  
      (All facial accesories from Paradox, Bournemouth)

Anny demonstrates how one item can instantly put a new spin on the everyday capsule wardrobe.

He layers a simple saffron scarf (an appropriately autumnal shade) over a staple  jeans and vest combo instantly bringing the vibrant style of Amsterdam to the sleepy shores of Dorset.  

Vest:  Mantaray

Jeans: FCUK

Shoes: Fly London

Scarf : Amsterdam market stall


(All facial accesories from Paradox, Bournemouth)