Hamilton and Hare may have made a name for itself as a specialist in luxury men's underwear, but the London-based brand isn't stopping there. In recent years, it has extended its offering to include loungewear, sleepwear and travel wear, designed in line with its commitment to unparalleled comfort, perfect fits and refined yet relaxed style.
Most recently, Hamilton and Hare has launched its spring loungewear collection, featuring a selection of co-ord sets: soft collar polos and drawstring shorts, pyjama shirts and shorts, all designed for ultimate comfort and ease-of-wear. Crafted from premium woven cottons, textured and slub jerseys that are chosen for their ultra-soft feel and relaxed, easy fit, you'll be hard-pressed to ever want to take them off. And who says you have to?
Furthermore, the collection also includes a range of warm weather-friendly lightweight robes – perfect for early-morning tea making or lazy Sundays – as well as an expanded range of Hamilton and Hare's bestselling lyocell jersey sleepwear, cut from its signature eco-fibre made from eucalyptus wood pulp.
The brand's ‘smart lounge’ range is just as suitable for WFH wardrobes as it is for wearing to the office. Tailored silhouettes and a matching blazer and trouser give the appearance of a suit but feel like a tracksuit to wear, while the travel shirt with formal collar and cuffs is cut from a soft pique cotton jersey, so it delivers on both comfort and style.
As lockdown lifts and some sense of normality resumes, these are the sorts of garments you'll be reaching for to help you transition back to 'real life' – offering the at-home comfort you've gotten used to in tandem with stylish silhouettes.
In typical Hamilton and Hare fashion, the whole range is made from natural fibres including cotton, linen, lyocell and silk – all sourced from sustainable mills and made in small scale factories in northern Portugal with a focus on quality of construction over quantity. Sustainable, stylish and oh-so-comfy – what's not to love?
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