Whether you’re required to be on video calls when working from home or you simply want to invest in your future spring wardrobe, a corduroy shirt is always a good call. This one from Far Afield is finished in a bitter brown shade, and is surprisingly versatile. Wear it with slim chinos or just sweatpants around the house - the choice is yours.
If dress watches are a little too svelte for you, you might fancy yourself a diving watch. Larger in size and built with function in mind, diving watches were designed to be in and around the ocean. This one by About Vintage features all the hallmarks of a classic diver - easy to read circular hour markers; a rotating bezel; stainless steel case and water resistance to 200 metres.
A minimal black backpack is perhaps the most versatile form of luggage available today. This one from Mismo features a military style rolltop which buckles over the front as well as zips shut for added protection. Suitable for an iPad or 13” laptop, it’s ideal for work or play.
A bicycle may be the safest way to travel right now, so if you’re thinking of making a purchase why not invest in the best? This classic city bike by Copenhagen Bike Company is made from a CR-MO steel frame, which is considerably stronger yet lighter than regular steel. Finished in rusty red paint and with throwback white-walled tyres, this bicycle goes as well as it looks.
Producing simple comfortable sneakers alongside more elaborate yet equally well made designs, Filling Pieces is quietly making a name for itself as a brand to watch. This pair sits in the former camp, standing out through the use of luxurious materials - nappa leather is paired with suede for a subtle tonal contrast.