AllSaints have released new Spring arrivals with a focus on conserved patterns and lots of grey.
The upper high street brand is renowned for their cutting edge men’s fashion and trend setting capabilities. The new arrivals have avoided garish designs and opted for a more conserved approach, yet still remaining chic. There is a promising variety of clothing, however prices are on the hefty side and aren’t ideal for those on a tight budget – nonetheless, you get what you pay for and AllSaints always produce quality.
Bomber and Biker jackets feature greatly throughout the collection, with mixes of asymmetric zips and camo patterns – crafted from traditional MA1 designs. The Cale Bomber is a highlight, which would layer perfectly over lightweight sweaters.
The outerwear focuses mainly on shorter lengths for the emergence of Spring and departure of the bleak cold of winter.
However, feature piece the knee length gunner coat will provide stylish coverage during Spring showers. It fuses the military bomber and the traditional mac to bring a fresh style showing why AllSaints are the high street trendsetters. It brings together a cotton body with nylon bomber sleeves detailed with a zip pocket detail.
AllSaints knitwear range is always remarkable; slim fitting jumpers with wider than normal crew necks, narrow vertical ribs and made from quality wool – you will struggle to find a better standard of wool jumper. There are no brash designs, or defaced with logos – a standout piece, brilliant for layering.
Prominently checked, AllSaints have again released a range of modish shirts. Dark indigo denim creates a cool silhouette effect and layers well over lighter greys, or stylish on its own.
The vintage Pyle short sleeve khaki in beige is militarily styled with Hawaiian collar. The artful stitchery and detail, alongside double breasted pockets make this item a key feature amongst their range of shirts. Tie in with skinny black jeans to create an authentic style.
Style score: 4/5
Affordability score: 2/5