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Our stylists' favourite new arrivals for spring

Our stylists' favourite new arrivals for spring

Spring is finally in sight, so it’s time to defrost your wardrobe. That means swapping out heftier fabrics for lighter-weight ones and looking for opportunities to weave in patterns and lighter shades, too. And what better way to get inspired than by looking at what our stylists are eyeing? Below, they've rounded up the styles you should pay special attention to as you refresh your spring wardrobe. Good riddance, puffa jacket. 

Albam Check Harrington Jacket

“I’m now starting to think about my spring wardrobe, and this lightweight checked jacket has really caught my eye,” says stylist Freddie Kemp. “The colours are fresh and versatile, and I love the wide collar and boxy fit. This is a style that will carry me through to summer.”

Photographed: ASICS Gel Kayano 26 (£115)

Asics Gel Kayano 26

“Practical trainers don’t seem to be going anywhere, and the Gel Kayano style by Asics is one of the most comfortable shoes I’ve ever worn,” says Thread stylist Luke McDonald. “It comes in a few colours but black feels easiest to wear and would look just as good with washed denim as it would with your sports kit.”

Photographed: Folk SS Soft Collar Shirt (£60)

Folk Short-Sleeved Collar Shirt 

“Folk does some really great patterned shirts, and this overdyed check style feels like the perfect low-key spring item,” says stylist Alexander McCalla. “It's made from a loose weave Indian fabric, so it’ll be airy and cool when the temperature is up, and the slightly muddy brown colour will be great for pairing with the navys and greys in my wardrobe.”

Melka Long-Sleeved Cord Zip-Through Shirt

“For me, a corduroy shirt is the perfect layer for this transitional period,” says stylist Millie Rich. “Wear it under a trench or overcoat when it’s on the colder side, or wear over a t-shirt in the warmer months. What’s great about cord is that it adds texture without unnecessary bulk and works well with both casual and smart casual looks.”

Photographed: Universal Works Military Chino (£75)

Universal Works Military Chino 

“I love a loose military trouser style,” says Thread stylist Artemis Crowley. “These are not only super practical but also a pretty trend-less shape that also happens to feel contemporary right now. Universal Works also makes great quality pieces, so you can feel good about investing in a pair you’ll have for years to come. These are really versatile trousers – combining both smart and casual vibes.”


Words: Allison Pavlick