Do like Duval and team a blue denim shirt with a shearling aviator jacket and classic chinos in a darker colour like navy or green. A minimal white sneaker from Common Projects will complete this off-duty look.
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White in winter might seem off piste but Jislain shows that lighter colours can look just as good now as they do in warm weather. Just be sure to wear dark shoes and a jacket in a similar darker shade to balance out the white. Brown works really well, as shown here, and a jacket in suede is an easy way to look stylish without trying too hard.
The failsafe Sunday lunch outfit: a navy double-breasted overcoat, white shirt, dark jeans and brown leather boots. Extra style points are available for ironing your shirt and polishing your shoes. A V-neck jumper stops the outfit looking too smart, and will keep you warm once you’ve arrived and have ditched the coat.
Khaki is a great colour to add to your wardrobe and a military jacket is a good way to wear it. The colour goes well with blue, white, grey and brown. Wearing dune boots or even something smarter like a Chelsea boot will stop you looking like you’ve enlisted in the army. Keep the rest of your outfit simple – wear your khaki jacket with rolled blue jeans and a crisp white tee.