We’re constantly on the lookout for noteworthy pieces worth investing in. From stay-at-home sportswear to a Bauhaus-inspired mechanical watch, here are the top 5 items to drop this week on OPUMO.
For lounging around, a well-fitting sweatshirt
is hard to beat. Aim for something every so slightly oversized, and you’ve got the ultimate second layer for the home or a walk to the shops. This Forét
number is made from organic cotton jersey and boasts a 3D rope-stitched logo across the chest for a subtle point of difference.
The perfect accompaniment to a sweatshirt is of course, sweatpants
. You can’t go wrong with a grey marl pair, the classic shade which has been worn by everyone from Steve McQueen to Muhammad Ali. Unrecorded’s
take is constructed from heavyweight 360 GSM French terry knit cotton and has a regular fit for ultimate comfort.
All the while travel is heavily restricted, it makes sense turn to books
for inspiration. This book by Errolson Hugh and photographer Adam Katz Sinding
documents the latter’s travels around the world, with images of famous landmarks alongside less instantly recognisable, yet no less beautiful locales. It offers a potentially much-needed escape from the confines of home, with much inspiration to be found amongst its pages.
is known for its minimal, Bauhuas-inspired designs, and this model is no different. Exceptional craftsmanship and an in-house movement ensure it’s among the best value mechanical watches money can buy, but for NOMOS at least, the Ahoi Atlantic Date
takes the manufacture in a slightly different direction. Less dressy than many of its models, it comes with a deep blue dial and a canvas NATO style strap.
New Balance’s Made in UK and US lines are amongst its most coveted, partly for the top notch construction but also the impressive detailing. This pair of white and silver 991s
feature a leather and mesh upper on top of the brand’s signature ABZORB midsole unit, for an unbeatable combination of comfort and ‘90s styling.