It’s a funny old time of year. We may be shivering our way to work every morning — breath misting and eyes streaming at the chill — but, by afternoon, we’re sweltering at our desks, throwing the windows open and shedding our layers. The weather’s playing hot and cold with us — and we’ve had enough.
It’s time to turn to Sir Plus, Henry Hales’ sustainable fashion label, and embrace their trans-seasonal solution. Mandarin-collared, coconut-buttoned and cashmere-crafted, the British brand’s Classic Nehru Waistcoat is a masterclass is autumn dressing — offering the warmth of a jacket while also keeping you cool when temperatures rise.
And the versatility of the Nehru Waistcoat — the collar style named for Jawaharlal Nehru, an ex-Prime Minister of India — doesn’t end there. Thanks to those sleek jet pockets and navy houndstooth, brushed cotton lining, you can easily dress the garment up for formal functions, or keep things casual with a chunky knit jumper when winter hits.
Crafted from surplus material, the waistcoat is also the ideal-investment for the eco-minded fashionista. The material is sustainably sourced — a blend of wool and cashmere — and the waistcoat is finished with the brand’s signature coconut buttons. But the best bit? It’ll see you through these troubling temperature times in style…
Sir Plus Nehru Waistcoat
The Nehru Waistcoat is the perfect addition to your Casual Friday wardrobe. Read some more tips for seeing off the week in style here…