Men’s style is constantly evolving. In as short a time as ten years, we’ve seen drastic changes in the way that the modern man dresses, from tailoring to materials and colours. Some of the styles that we’ve left behind were unfairly dismissed, others were easily forgotten and we hope that they never return. Despite all of the changes that happen season to season, year to year and generation to generation, some styles are as strong today as they were the day that they were invented. A Day’s March is a label that deals in timeless men’s style. Providing the modern gent with a wardrobe full of premium staples, A Day’s March’s new collection has a little bit of everything: men’s winter coats, men’s denim, woollen overshirts and a selection of men’s casual shirts. Here are a few of our favourite items that epitomise timeless men’s autumn style.

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Khaki Sturdy Twill Patch Pocket Overshirt
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Khaki Sturdy Twill Patch Pocket Overshirt
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Forest Flannel Shirt
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Charcoal Merino Crew Neck
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Tumbled Raw Denim No.2 Jeans
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Original Blue Denim No.2 Jeans

A Day's March Khaki Sturdy Twill Patch Pocket Overshirt

If there’s one thing that A Day’s March is known for, it’s the overshirt. The label’s seasonal collections are tied together by a common thread, a healthy contingent of men’s overshirts that are ripe for picking in autumn and winter. The Sturdy Twill Patch Pocket Overshirt is cut to a regular fit and features matching buttons, placket piping, side pockets and a buttoned chest pocket. Crafted from 100% cotton twill, this durable unlined overshirt can take a real beating.

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Tumbled Raw Denim No.2 Jeans
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Tumbled Raw Denim No.2 Jeans
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Fire Lambswool Sweater
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Fire Lambswool Sweater
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Dark Navy Checked Wool Classic Coat
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Sand Pile Fleece Vest

Fire Lambswool Sweater

Made from pure lambswool, the A Day's March Lambswool Sweater is an essential. Not only is this men's winter jumper an essential because of its functional warmth, but also because of its bold colour. The Fire colourway packs a real punch as well as being a cosy autumn hue. This winter sweater is designed with a crewneck and raglan shoulders that make it a versatile layering item, wear it with a plain men's T-shirt for a casual take on men’s autumn style, or wear it over an Oxford shirt for smarter occasions.

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Grey Melange Wool Trousers
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Moss Dogtooth Wool Jacket
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Moss Dogtooth Wool Jacket
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Argento Grey Cashmere Crewneck

Moss Dogtooth Wool Jacket

A Day's March's Dogtooth Wool Jacket boasts a subtle all-over dogtooth pattern as well as a faux shearling collar that lend stylish character to your winter wardrobe. Complete with two waist patch pockets, the men’s wool jacket takes a similar shape to a classic overshirt. Shoulder patches mirror the shape of the exaggerated waist pockets, resulting in a balanced, understated men’s winter coat.

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Seaweed Green Hoodie
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Sand Pile Fleece Vest
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Seaweed Green Mini Cord Shirt

A Day’s March Sand Pule Fleece Vest

Aimed at the contemporary market, this men’s Pule Fleece Vest is less timeless than the other picks in this men’s autumn style guide, but can certainly work in tandem with classic pieces. The thick, zipped fleece features slanted side pockets and a nylon zip front pocket that testify to its versatility and functionality. The winter fleece is a formidable tool when it comes to layering. Dress the fleece up with a merino wool jumper and shirt combination or use it to embellish your off-duty looks.

Seaweed Green Mini Cord Shirt

A Day’s March’s Mini Cord Shirt is dyed to a deep seaweed green hue to make a statement on this men’s cord shirt. The shirt has been designed with no detailing – no button-down collar, no placket and no pocket – so as to be as versatile as possible. Dress it up with a pair of woollen trousers or take a more laid-back approach, unbutton it and sport it over a white T-shirt.

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Off White Aran Sweater
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Almond Corduroy Relaxed Pants

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Read our interview with A Day’s March Co-Founder Pelle Lunquist.

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