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Cosy checked shirts from Barbour

This #FashionFriday, we’re well and truly in the September spirit with cosy, checked shirts from Barbour. Get ready to embrace your inner lumberjack and keep warm in style with our top picks for the end of the month.

We’re not entirely sure why, but there’s no denying that there’s no better time to wear checked shirts then the A/W season. Be it subtle checks, bold tartans or classic plaid, there is an autumn check for everyone. Keep reading to take a closer look at our current favourites from Barbour Menswear.

Lumberjack vibes:

Of course, we love patterned shirts throughout the year. However, these particular checked shirts are just oozing autumnal style. The deep or muted colours, paired with Barbour’s luxury soft brushed fabric, makes these a must have component to your AW18 wardrobe.

However, there is a fine line between ‘lumberjack cool’ and looking like you’ve spent too long in the woods. This in mind, we’re going to show you three different ways to wear checked shirts this season.

Style 1: Keep it classic. Nothing says autumn like the warm tones of red, orange and yellow. When matched with a cool toned grey and blue details, this contrasting print is Barbour’s signature tartan that looks great with everything.

Afraid of looking like a hipster? Style 2 is the one for you.

Go minimal with small checks. Whether you choose the monochrome look or the subtle autumn tones of this cream shirt, both of these pieces are great options for a subtle check that still embraces the spirit of the season.

Style 3: Alternatively, opt for a statement look with this unique piece from the Steve McQueen range. These contrasting blue and mustard shades in a large check print make for a really eye-catching shirt. We absolutely love it paired with these stylish Ted Baker boots.

That’s it for this week’s #FashionFriday. If you’re feeling inspired by our cosy autumn shirts, visit our showroom on Chestergate, Macclesfield to bag your own lumberjack look.

See you soon!

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