Something for EVERYONE. Emma's edit 'For the men'

Something for EVERYONE. Emma's edit 'For the men'

Something for EVERYONE...

It was recently suggested that I should create an Emma's edit on menswear and jewellery. I’ve never categorised my jewellery as men’s or women’s, I’m a firm believer in wear what you want! I have many pieces of jewellery on the website that would work on anyone, so I’ve put together a couple of looks. 

Welcome to Emma's ‘FOR THE MEN’ edit.

Thank you to our friend, the talent and handsome Richard Meek for this photo of him wearing the iconic Hand in Heart Necklace. Follow Richard @iamrichardmeek for more stylish pictures and tales of musical theatre and Bob the pug. 

Shackets are here to stay.

It’s a shirt? its a jacket? Its an item of clothing that is perfect for this time of year and there are loads of great ones out there.

This checked Overshirt from Trickett England is lovely. Nothing is mass produced, the focus is on making beautiful pieces of truly superior quality, at a fair price.

The shirt is teamed with this cool t-shirt from Forty Clothing, who are a Glasgow based company that started out selling t-shirts in a frosty Scottish basement before opening a pop-up store in Ibiza, FORTY now has two stores, and is inspired and influenced by Glasgow's beating heart of vivacious culture.

I’ve added these great jeans from Community Clothing which I also featured in last month’s Emma's Edit. In 2016 Patrick Grant founded Community Clothing with a simple vision, to make ‘exceptional quality everyday clothes, from the best natural materials in fantastic British factories’. Simple.

For the footwear, I’ve picked out Red Wing Moc Toe Boots. These boots will last FOREVER, they are not cheap but they are such amazing quality they will last and last and work very hard in your wardrobe. 

And now: the jewellery!

Simple silver is always a winner, my Chunky Twisted Bangle is perfect with this outfit, chunky hammered and twisted silver will peek out of the shacket sleeve adding a touch of style. Fi Mehra's wide twisted ring teams perfectly with this bangle. 

Another look...

This Picante London ribbed knit sweater is a great colour. Founders of this cool brand Jude Taylor and Saam Zonoozi are currently dressing London's coolest personalities in their simple, effortless and stylish clothes.

I love these SKATE trousers from YMC. The company was founded in London in 1995 by Fraser Moss & Jimmy Collins, since then the label has established itself as one of the most enduring and influential independent brands to emerge out of the UK.

You can’t go wrong with trainers and Norman Walsh will bring this outfit together. Dating back to 1945, with this brand you are assured of great quality. Walsh started out selling shoes and boots for athletes, then introduced lifestyle footwear. These trainers have a retro feel and are a great colourway. 

The jewellery.

Laura Brooke's Silver Chainmaille King's Chain necklace is fit for a KING. Laura's chainmaille jewellery feels luxurious on, it’s full of movement and will sit along the neckline of this sweater, feeling heavy and comfortable against the body. 

To finish this Emma’s Edit, I'm throwing you a curveball. Both men and women enrol on our weekly classes and weekend workshops.  Our Spinning Ring Workshop is always very popular and we have one coming up in May. There are still a few places left. Why not make your own ring to finish off this outfit?


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