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This Week’s Must Have Menswear: Fashion Five Friday 15th March 2019

Friday, 15th March, 2019

This Week's Must Have Menswear - 15th March 2019

Happy Friday!

It’s the end of the working week, which means one thing, it’s time for another Fashion Friday! There has been a couple of items which have caught my eye in the past week, which includes a couple of jackets, a sweat, and a couple of tees.

This week something really did stand out. One of the most crazy things I’ve happen to stumble across in a long time. More on that below. It’s not a ‘must have’ as such, but highlighting something extraordinary in the men’s fashion world.

Here’s the must have menswear this week.

Cheap Monday Drip Sadly Tee

Cheap Monday Sad Smiley Tee In Yellow

Cheap Monday is no more…Well kind of. You may remember at the back end of last year, Cheap Monday was closed down by H&M, and I bought my last ever pair of jeans. The brand did say that the upcoming collection would still be released at selected retailers, and would be the final one. This tee is from that release.

It’s a yellow T Shirt which I think is a nice bright colour for Spring. It comes with a drip sad face print to the front in a small style. Maybe it’s sad because it’s the last collection? If you don’t like the brightness of the yellow, you can also get it in black.

£20 here at Zalando

Belstaff Jacket

Belstaff Ravenstone Jacket

Looking forward to the April showers? Nope, me neither. The rain is an inevitable part of British weather, no matter what the season. I’ve picked out this light Belstaff Ravenstone jacket for such conditions.

It’s showerproof and light, and with minimal styling it will have you looking smart in the rain while keeping you relatively dry. I love the band colour and full length zip, and with it being Belstaff you know you’ll be getting a jacket which will stand the test of time.

£275 at Selfridges

Tommy Hilfiger Colour Block Tee

Tommy Hilfiger Colour Black Tee White Navy

I do love a good colour block piece of clothing, and this T-shirt from Tommy Hilfiger it one of those. The clean lines and colour combination of navy and white is a hit every time, never failing to look nice. The colour split is looks around 80/20, with a small Tommy Flag logo to the breast, just so you know it’s from the brand. It’s a really nice casual tee which which keep you looking smart in relaxed settings.

£35 at Tommy Hilfiger

Paul Smith Mint Green Hoodie

Pastel Green Mint Hoodie From Paul Smith

As you’ll have read in the Spring Fashion Essentials, pastels and greens are such a great colour to have. So if you’re in the market for something for Spring, look no further than this mint hoodie from Paul Smith.

When you want that casual, chill out sweat which is laid back but still has a cool amount of style, this is a fine piece. Made from 100% organic loopback-cotton, it has a small horse logo to the front breast, and has white detailing in the zip and to the hood which is so subtle, but doesn’t go un-noticed.

£105 at Paul Smith

Stefano Ricci Crocodile Leather Jacket

Stefano Ricci Crocodile Jacket

Last but not least is this week’s crazy luxury high end item, and it’s this. The Stefano Ricci Crocodile Jacket. Yes, a leather crocodile jacket. Made from genuine crocodile skin it comes in blue with ribbed trim to the sleeve cuffs and base of the jacket.

Made in Italy, the exotic piece comes with high end silver toned hardware such as the zippers, and is lined with silk.

This luxurious croc leather jacket will set you back £21,000 and is available at Harrods.

And that is it, this week’s fashion Friday five. From the highest end luxury which costs more than many cars, to tees which you can buy for less than £20. You can’t say that all budgets haven’t been covered! 😉

Will you be getting any of these picks? If there’s something which you’ve seen which you think should be included please let me know.

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Michael Adams is the founder and editor of Michael 84, blogger and T-shirt designer from Newcastle, UK. Sharing men's fashion tips, style advice and lifestyle information for all guys.

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