4 Ways to Challenge Your Wardrobe Habits

When it comes to your wardrobe habits, say goodbye to boring this season with these tips for challenging the norm…

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Stark Contrast
Whether it’s with textures or colours, pairing contrasting pieces is this seasons new alternative to tonal dressing. From stark white jeans worn with black jackets and tees to textured woollen knits layered with cotton blazers, pair opposing pieces together to create a modern look that oozes sartorial cool.
NANA JUDY jacket, tee and jeans available in selected stores.

Wear joggers
Occasionally fashion trends make a nod towards comfort and this season the jogger is the pant style to try. And we’re not talking activewear, but ratherΒ slick chinos, denim and even fleece styles. To nail the look, scrunch up the cuffs and wear back with sneakers. Layer your top half with anything from a print shirt to a sweater and puffer vest.
COUNTRY ROAD tee, puffer vest and jogger pant available in selected stores.

Experiment with layers
You know how to layer a jumper over a shirt or tee, but this season longer lengths make for a cool styling statement. Look for long line tees and basic sweats with hemlines that sit well below your hips but no longer than mid thigh. Layer with your regular jackets and tops.
JACK & JONES biker jacket (available in selected stores), crew neck sweat (available in selected stores) and jeans.

Get your ankles out
If you’re looking for an easy way to update your look, it’s all about the ankles this season. Channel your inner European by going sans socks with a cool pair of sneakers and cuff yourΒ pants to expose your ankle. Keep your cuffs neat but not too flat – they should look effortless – and folding upwards twice should do the trick. This will work on everything from chinos to jeans, and will instantly upΒ your cool factor.
JACK & JONES sweat and jeans.

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