Autumn Trends with Hammond & Co

Craig of That Dapper Chap shares three looks available from the Hammond & Co range at Debenhams

If you’re not familiar with Patrick Grant and the Hammond & Co range of menswear at Debenhams, you must have been living under a rock.

Mr Grant always offers a wide range of clothing for us gents, classic in style, but with a modern twist. Each season the range is stylish and elegant and has a selection of ‘must have’ pieces, this season is no different.

In this post I’ll show you three distinct looks using items from the latest range.

Look 1 – Sartorial

For the first look I’ve gone all out dapper. This single breasted wool rich jacket with its bold check is teamed with a crisp white shirt and mustard bow tie for total sartorial elegance.

The slim fit jeans and Chelsea boots add that modern touch without detracting from the gentlemanly look of the outfit.

Look 2 – For Every Day

The second look is a bit more relaxed than the first but still appropriate for the office. This look is all about the dark tan Epsom coat.

Teamed with the same white shirt, jeans and boots as the last look it shows how versatile these three staple items can be when used in different looks.


Look 3 – Weekend style

This final look is perfect for a casual day in the office or that night at the pub with the lads. The navy mole skin jeans and wool bomber add texture, and the purple shirt adds contrast making the look smarter than it would be with just a T Shirt.



Tan Leather Chelsea Boots

Dark Blue Rinse Slim Fit Jeans

Navy Check Blazer

White Fine Twill Tailored Fit Shirt

Mustard Bow Tie

Briefcase by John Rocha at Debenhams (Similar)

Umbrella (similar)




Dark Tan Epsom Coat

Chelsea Boots as above

Dark Blue Jeans as above

White Shirt as above

Dark Yellow Wool Rich Jumper (Similar)

Navy & Gold Striped Tie (Similar)

Leather Document Holder (Similar)



Navy Moleskin Trousers

Black chunky sole shoes (Similar)

Dark Purple Shirt

Dark Grey Tipped Bomber Jacket

Black Sunglasses (Similar)


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