With temperamental weather forecasts and new season trends just around the corner, we've compiled our favourite pieces across men's fashion to add colour, practicality and style into your wardrobe now.
With temperamental weather forecasts and new season trends on the horizon, the first couple of months of the year can put you in a bit of a style limbo. To help you navigate your way while we’re between seasons, we’ve compiled our favourite pieces across men’s fashion that’ll inject colour, practicality and style into your wardrobe.
[Layering is still the best option](https://www.fenwick.co.uk/daily-muse/article/?cid=d449f079-8972-42c4-9a02-0ba5937af798) for pulling together a weather-ready and slick outfit. This green Rodney top from the much-anticipated collaboration between [Champion](https://www.fenwick.co.uk/search/?cgid=champion) and Wood Wood is the ultimate base layer, looking as good on its own as it does beneath this track jacket from J. Lindeberg or [PS Paul Smith colour block fleece](https://www.fenwick.co.uk/men/clothing/sweatshirts-and-knitwear/jumpers/block-colour-fleece/0000395736-48.html). The bright reds, blues and yellows will lift your spirits through the wintery days as much as they’ll elevate your look.
Statement outerwear is a key trend for the spring/summer 2019 season, so why not get ahead of the curve with these options from Woolrich and [Diesel](https://www.fenwick.co.uk/brands/diesel)? Although the Woolrich sailing jacket is infinitely more practical, this Diesel bomber packs a style punch with its soft pink colour and monochrome applications.
While you can never go wrong with classic chinos (as seen here by [Polo Ralph Lauren](https://www.fenwick.co.uk/search/?cgid=poloRalphLauren)), we’re loving these green trousers from ethical brand Slowear as well as this blue pair from Altea. They’re a contemporary twist on a wardrobe staple that’ll see you through the seasons to come.