MEN’S MUST HAVE: THE BELSTAFF WEYBRIDGE

More brands than ever are turning to heritage appeal when it comes to their classics and the legend of Belstaff leather continues to live on, ruling the roost as we start curating our transitional season looks.

Our heavy winter coats were a constant source of comfort when the temperatures plummeted, but now they’re on the up, we’re willing to shed some layers and invest in something a little lighter. Enter the Belstaff Weybridge.

The leather jacket has a history steeped in style and the Belstaff Weybridge has a transitional appeal that will never date. The leather jacket has taken on various guises in the years since Steve McQueen and his tearaway trendsetting, but the Weybridge remains true to its roots as a signature Belstaff piece. Modern, streamlined and as practical as it is stylish, the Weybridge is the perfect transitional jacket.

When your outerwear looks this good, the key lay in letting it shine, keeping the rest of your look simple enough to show it off. And who doesn’t like the sound of that; when life seems to get busier by the day, we’re all for a look we can just throw on without a second thought and still know we look good.

Great quality Jacob Cohen jeans in a dark wash, a white Hugo Boss crew-neck T-shirt and suede Jeffery West boots will take you through to spring with a look that says ‘I haven’t tried too hard, but I know my stuff when it comes to looking good’. While we are all for being positive, the possibility of winter winds still lingers strong, so keep a denim shirt, grey hoodie and charcoal crew neck knit to hand for when the great British weather decides to deliver a curve ball on route to spring/summer 2017. The key to transitional dressing is wholly in layering and with these good quality basics in your wardrobe, you’ll stroll into the new season with the kind of confidence more often associated with Belstaff’s own Steve McQueen.

Visit Robinsons today to shop new season transitional jackets from Belstaff, plus everything you need to up your layering game now the weather has taken a turn for spring.