As sales start taking over high street stores and the most interesting Autumn/Winter 2013 menswear items begin to vanish, I decided to investigate those brands that, in their current collections for the cold months of the year, already include lighter clothes that one could wear during Spring and Summer next year. One of such brands that offer a comprehensive range of clothes that will undoubtedly please most men is Boss Orange.
Conceived to be Hugo Boss’s most casual range, Boss Orange can be described as a classic yet forward-thinking label characterised by interesting features and details (such as contrast collar tipping, cuffs and pockets) across all categories.
For its Autumn/Winter 2013 menswear collection, the brand offers not only classic sweatshirts and knitwear but also some great fitting denim jeans that make the entire range a successful combination of smart and cool styles. In addition, the designers at Boss Orange have embraced the printed T-shirt trend with some strong large logo graphics and a humorous print depicting a monkey in space.
However, the standout piece is, most probably, the Pejo 1 polo shirt. This pique polo (dressed up with contrast tipping and a button down collar) is a popular item that features regularly in Boss Orange collections with consistently refreshed details and cut, offering each season a slightly more contemporary and tailored look than the much-loved classic Pascha Polo.