Autumn Winter 14 - Shirts in Focus

As the weather takes a definite turn for the worse, the new range is here to distract you from dark mornings and wet afternoons. With a few pieces already available this week, more styles will be dropping throughout October and November. So stay in, stick the kettle on and block out the weather as you and indulge in a little online shopping. This season the range is bigger and better than ever with more polos and the introduction of our hotly anticipated tailoring range.

This season progresses on from SS14 with geometric patterns and micro prints continuing to be a strong trend this season. The paisley trend is still key (you know we are big fans of this!), but has moved on to more reworked surface textures with a particular focus on jacquard fabrics.

Angus navy, Orasn, Bennt, Winston, Angus white, Gethin sky

In a nod to our 18th Century dandy roots, classic trends are ever present, but distorted by modern twists on classic fabrics, such as stripes with embroidery detail. Styling is also classic; enhanced with bold details and striking trim fabrics

Shawn, Angus navy, Wyatt

The cut away collar shape has been highlighted on the mens catwalks as a strong look along with the penny collar that we have featured for several seasons now and continue to be very popular. Penny collars are more casual and modern, whilst cut away is a classic choice for work to show off a tie, but works equally well tieless and unbuttoned.

Elijah black, Louis, Bryant navy

In terms of colour, midnight navy and white feature strongly, along with the return of signature black and deep Autumn reds, whilst classic blue tones remain strong and are always popular at Jiggler.

Kael, Ronnie, William

Head over to New in for the first drop of new shirts and blazers and keep checking back for more shirts and polos!


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