There's such a wide range of choice in menswear right now that it’s become a bit of rarity to find a brand that you’ll be happy to wear in its entirety. But that’s where the new A Day’s March offering comes in.
Founded in 2014 by Marcus Gardo, Pelle Lundquist and Stefan Pagreus, the Swedish brand’s goal is a relatively simple one; to ‘help you get through the day with style and dignity.’ Their clothing offers exactly that – it’s both refined and hard-wearing, with its name deriving from a traditional military phrase referring to ‘how far an army could move in one single day.’
Every A Day’s March t-shirt, shirt, sweatshirt – and now sneakers, too – is acute in its detailing. Although it remains stripped back in its approach, it’s one of those brands that you just feel comfortable in. As soon as you buy a piece and wear it for the very first time, it just works. The fit is impeccable and the feel is exemplary thanks to the use of organic cottons, sustainable materials and top-quality craftsmanship. It also makes A Day’s March a brand to lean on when it comes to setting the foundations of your wardrobe.
Because A Day’s March has just released its brand new autumn-winter offering at OPUMO, we saw it as the perfect time to not only talk the talk but to walk the walk by introducing you to a few key pieces from the new collection. Check out the full edit below and shop the entire A Day's March menswear collection right here.
Made from a strong yet lightweight cotton fleece-back fabric, detailed with raglan sleeves and cut in a carefree, relaxed fit; they are the main headlines from this new A Day’s March Hoodie. Not forgetting, the sub-plot, which in this case, is the pop amber yellow colour hue that looks set to be the undisputed colour hue of the season.
A Day’s March’ dedication to detail is reflected in the precision of the brand’s grey melange t-shirt which is crafted from a breathable 140g GOTS-certified organic cotton. The best part, though, is that the brand’s commitment to beautifully crafted clothing is underpinned by their unpretentiousness. Which means that there is no extraneous details, just a well-cut t-shirt with a simple crew collar that will slot effortlessly into your winter wardrobe.
The overshirt is the piece that A Day’s March has become best known-for so it’s no surprise that its now available in a variety of colours – from Dark Forest, Amber, Olive and Navy. This year, the overshirt is cut in a workwear-inspired vintage fit, so it’s easy to layer through winter but also incredibly comfortable, too. Plus its been crafted from a sturdy herringbone cotton twill to ensure it will age gracefully over time and gain character with wear, too.
In recent years, the Cord Shirt has become a victim of its own success. By that we mean, we are all a little guilty staying loyal to the same ones all-year round because we like them so much. But, it deserves a little more consideration and a little refresh. Because its collar is conventionally smart, albeit softer and more relaxed to stiff-collared shirts, this Cord Shirt has a casual feel that can be worn to the office or under a simple crew neck when temperatures fall even further. It’s safe to say that A Day’s March have given it a fair bit of thought as this season the Cord Shirt is available in a plethora of colours, all of which you can see here, because we’re not going to list them out for you.
It’s becoming increasingly hard to stand-out in the rapidly expanding, shelf-space decreasing, world of minimalist premium sneakers but A Day’s March have managed it with the latest run of aptly-named ‘Marching’ sneakers. Completely made in Portugal using high-quality Spanish suede and vulcanised Italian Margom soles, the A Day’s March sneakers are made instantly recognisable thanks to their refined appearance, impactful presentation and unique colourways that range from the classic Olive, Black and Grey hues to the more progressive Amber designs.
Shop and explore the entire A Day’s March collection at OPUMO.
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