With the cooler weather heading our way and having already featured my Autumn/Winter Style Staples for us ladies I thought I'd list a few for the men too. With these staples you won't need to go shopping every season, these will last and for all the men that hate shopping that's a bonus.
A great jumper is an absolute essential in any wardrobe. This Vivienne Westwood Round Neck Jumper is gorgeous and I can imagine it keeping your man warm on those chilly nights. It's a little pricey, at £155, but for that price you can expect it to last a few years. The jumper is described as lightweight and it has the Vivienne Westwood orb logo embroidered into one of the arms. If this one is not to your liking though there is a huge selection of great jumpers at the Garment Quarter.
Another great jumper is this Gant Crew Neck Cable Knit Jumper, I love the cable knit and it looks good in Navy. At £100 (reduced price) it's a good deal and you're not going to have to dry clean this jumper because it's machine washable. I think this would make a great Christmas present! House of Fraser have got a brilliant selection of jumpers on their site - be sure to check them out for some great deals.
Your man's favourite shirt or t-shirt underneath those jumpers will be sure to keep him warm throughout the autumn/winter months.
As with women a great pair of jeans can make an outfit and these Paul Smith Dark Rinse Jeans are just the thing. They're not cheap jeans, costing £120 it's a bit more than I would normally pay, but again you can expect them to last. I like the dark rinse, they're dark in colour but not black which means they're smart/casual. Pair these with a shirt and jumper and your man is set.
During autumn/winter keeping dry but not too warm becomes a challenge but with a Parka your man will keep dry while looking good. This Tommy Hilfiger Dunford Parka for £115 (reduced from £230) is a great deal and your man will love it too.
Footwear is always an issue during the cooler months, sometimes shoes will do and other times only boots will do the job. I chose these brown boots from Timberland, the brown will go with almost any outfit, they're not suede so won't be ruined if they get wet, and you can tell they're the kind of boots that will last. They cost £160, so they're not cheap, but for a great pair of boots that'll be sure to last your man years I think these are a great bet.
Is there an outfit you love to see your man in during autumn/winter?