Investing in clothing should always be something we all do long term. In the world we live in fast consumption is something we all are part of and something we all must try to think of when investing in new garments. Obviously one could always say that buying second hand is by far the best option for zero waste and we totally agree.
Although that isn't for everyone. What should be for everyone is picking the clothes we invest in more carefully meaning buying fewer pieces of good quality that works for more occasions than a lot of different pieces for certain occasions that get thrown away.
With that in mind, we have gathered a few options and key items that should be in every man's wardrobe, these could also be worn for those different occasions. On different occasions meaning work, an event, a party or enjoying a cosy dinner with your better half, you get the drill.
Philips 4 Must-Haves From Oscar Jacobson Right Now
"That perfect everyday suit in a beautiful fabric and texture from Loro Piana. This suit can be dressed up or down and easily be worn separately meaning that the jacket can work as a blazer with a pair of jeans or the trousers with a linen shirt for summer."
"The long-sleeved pique is a must-have in every man's wardrobe. For me, it's de ideal underneath a suit since the shirt nowadays often tend to feel a bit strict and formal. I also like to wear it just as it is with a pair of jeans, chinos or pleated trousers."
"The blue blazer never gets old some might say, but the details must be in the right places, The Ferry Patch Blazer is an example of that. The combination of cotton and linen in a herringbone structure with the unconstructed finish makes this blazer ideal for spring and summer wear."
"An anthracite grey suit tends to look a bit more formal than for instance a navy, brown or light grey do. Therefore I usually like to dress these type of suit down with a round neck, polo shirt or pique shirt depending on the season."
See the full collection from Oscar Jacobsson here.