Spring has sprung, which means its time for your seasonal wardrobe refresh. And who better to turn to for those key transeasonal staples than L'Estrange? With a planet-friendly less-is-more philosophy, the London-based label is renowned for its modular clothing system of versatile menswear classics that strike the perfect smart-casual balance. Scroll on for five key springtime essentials that will see you through these transitional months right into summer.
Boasting a tailored cut with a back-pleat for increased movement, a subtle curved hem and split sides, this is a step up from your standard T-shirt. Made from 100% organic cotton, it's super soft, lightweight and breathable – the perfect all-occasion tee.
Crafted from a luxurious cotton stretch fabric with a hidden elastic waistband and an internal drawstring fastening, these tailored shorts offer equal parts elegance and comfort. Team them with a breezy linen shirt and espadrilles for an effortless poolside look.
These tricky transitional months call for a lightweight layer that you can throw on over a T-shirt when the weather takes a turn. L'Estrange's Easy Zip offers the perfect solution, fusing versatility and refined design. Crafted from double layer organic cotton that's silky soft on the inside and textured on the outside, it's as comfy as they come.
Crafted from 190gsm cotton, L'Estrange's 24 Trouser is 10% lighter than the average chino, making it ideal for warmer weather. A stretch waistband with cord fastening adds extra flexibility and comfort, guaranteeing wear after wear. Choose from a range of versatile colours or stock up on a few.
L'Estrange has taken the classic Oxford shirt and given it a subtle upgrade, with a looser weave and a lighter fabric for the perfect combination of durability, comfort and versatility. Wear it to work, tucked into tailored trousers with a blazer, or dress it down by wearing it tucked out of chinos with leather sneakers and a baseball cap.
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