Craig shares details of A Day’s March, a Swedish men’s clothing brand, and shows us his favourite pieces from the latest collection.
Established in 2014 by Marcus Gårdö, Pelle Lundquist and Stefan Pagréus, they got together to create an affordable range of staple items that reflected their own style, which would stand the test of time and help the wearer create a functional and stylish wardrobe. With their mantra “part of your life, your armour and your friend” at the front of their minds A Day’s March was born.
Influences from the range are of course Scandinavian at the forefront, with elements of Italian style and a classic American element mixed in. It’s a relaxed collection that can be mixed and matched to suit the occasion. The range is also sustainably sourced across Europe and the guys wanted to address the issue of throwaway fashion, making sure that all of the pieces stood the test of time and wont date too quickly. Their £25 100% cotton T-Shirt has in fact been certified by the Global Organic Textile Standard, showing a real desire to ensure their clothing has ethical roots.
With dress shirts and casual shirts at £60 there’s a choice for all occasions, smart or relaxed. Wear with chinos, a suit or a pair of A Day’s March jeans, which start at £80. There’s also a good range of smarter trousers too, starting at £70.
With layering being an essential part of winter styling, A Day’s March have embraced this trend, and their clothing allows the wearer to team different pieces in the range to create this look perfectly, layering roll neck sweaters under V necks and overshirts.
With some really nice coats available too, there’s something for everyone here, and I particularly like the classic wool coat below, which is currently on sale at just £185.
What do you think of the range from A Day’s March? Can you see yourself wearing pieces from the range? What is your must have piece for the season? please leave me a comment below to let me know your thoughts, it’d be great to hear from you.