Click and collect, deliver to your door—here are our staple menswear buys for the week.
Victorians hold their breath as a six-week isolation frenzy stands on its last legs, and retail foot traffic has plummeted as a result of the barren streets, and empty shopping centres. While physical in-store experiences disappear, there’s a light at the end of your device screen.
Fresh kicks, sleek tees and skin care may seem like novelty items for now. However, paying attention to the little details has never been so essential. There’s a few items that’ll make life in isolation a whole lot more productive and bearable. Besides the obvious need to train and be physical— focusing on fashion has become a coping mechanism for not only males but also females in lockdown.
Allowing your fashion standards to slip isn’t a cardinal sin, however, it may impact your daily productivity. According to studies, 61% of employees in a general workplace, are more productive when the dress code is relaxed, and 80% of people who work in an environment with a dress code responded that they don’t find them useful.
Working from home, the balance is a little different. Smart-casual is the way to go. Think a shirt paired with a white tee, or black jeans partnered with a casual-navy blazer. A solid pair of Nike sneakers won’t go astray either. Take care of your skin, and it will take care of you. We are running with the whole ‘your body is a temple’ theory this week.
With all this in mind, here are our top ten menswear items of the week.
10. Charles Tyrwhitt – Pique Polo $59
9. Yeezy – 700 V3 Azareth $200
8. October’s Very Own – OVO ESSENTIALS LONGSLEEVE T-SHIRT $68.00
7. Tommy Hilfiger – CREST CHEST TEE $69.95
6. Nike – Air Force 1 $170.00
5. ASOS DESIGN – Spray on jeans in power stretch denim in light wash $40
4. Noah x – Adidas shell logo tee $50
3. Uniqlo – Airism face mask pack of three $15
2. Polo Ralph Lauren – Sport shirt $159
- The Aussie Man – Daily Hydration & Booster Set (on sale $99)