Menswear: What to wear this February
3 February styles for an early spring
Words— Frank And Oak staff
In January things slowed to a crawl and we retreated indoors but we're all ready to emerge from our cozy lairs and get out into the world again. And that means battling the elements while looking your best. From water-repellant outerwear to bold oranges, to snug layers — here are three ways to not simply emerge from winter, but own it
Layering is, of course, the key to keeping warm, but it's also the key to getting an absolute fit off! Our latest batch of outerwear is designed to work together. Our Gallagher Water Repellant Parka is crafted from fine organic cotton and cruelty-free recycled 3M™ Thinsulate™ insulation. It pairs expertly with our Liam Water Repellant Bomber jacket as an underlayer. It's a look that's...supersonic.
Blue is a go-to for almost every man because almost every man looks good in it. It's a no-brainer. It's also the easiest colour to get a monochromatic look going with. Give our Liam Water Repellant Bomber Jacket a go teamed with a dark pair of jeans with boots and you're out the door in no time.
Safety orange is the colour this spring. We're seeing it everywhere from streetwear to haute couture (and of course Montreal's infamous street construction pylons). A little orange does a lot but it's actually quite easy to pull off. Worn with jeans or navy trousers and a neutral tee or button-up, in bold orange, you'll find yourself stopping traffic.