Chapman & Lewis

Hopefully you’ll know this by now (I haven’t shut up about it), but I have edited John Lewis’ menswear to make a bunch of really great looks.

It’s called Chapman&Lewis and it’s bloody brilliant, if I do say so myself!

Here’s 3 of my favourite looks:


This jacket is 100% cashmere and I love it more than most of the human beings in my life. It’s super soft, very luxurious and being navy, lends itself to a nearly infinite number of looks.

The roll neck is by J Lindeberg and is a silk wool mix. It’s light-weight, so great for this transition period from the end of summer to the beginning of autumn.


My new favourite jeans are Levi’s 512. They’re slim, but not too skinny and go very well with the boots from Russell & Bromley. These aren’t from John Lewis, but they’re lovely and will see you through all of Autumn, past Winter and into Spring.


Of course, you might have noticed that I’m also wearing a hat. I’ve decided that I’m going to be a ‘hat guy’ this autumn. This one is from Lock and Co, although John Lewis do have plenty (I just couldn’t find one in my size).


Look 2 is tonal sandy-grey. Grey is the key colour for Autumn/Winter 2016, but seeing as we’re not completely into Autumn yet, I wanted to make it a little lighter.

The coat is by Scotch & Soda, it’s beautifully soft and will look great on most body-types because it has such a classic silhouette.


I layered it with a grey John Smedley, merino wool jumper and added a blue and grey scarf to break up it a little.


To finish the look I went for Stone coloured chinos and suede chelsea boots.


My third look embraces the colours of autumn with a burnt orange jumper and khaki-green chinos

The bomber jacket is another transitional piece that will keep you company for all of the chillier months of the year. You can wear it with a T-shirt whilst it’s a little warmer and when the weather really starts to bite, add thicker layers to stay comfortable.


Seeing as it’s still fairly dry out, I’m making the most of my converse. It’ll be too wet to venture out in canvas before you know it!


Thanks for reading.