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PUB? Did someone say PUB?!

Yes. We did. So, to the pub! With this perfectly put together mid week, bar busting outfit.

It's always a dilemma really- when you never quite know where you're going to end up, or at what time you're coming home, picking something to make sure you don't look out of place can be-well, a nightmare.

Never fear though, where there's a will, there is a way, and often a few pints to go with it. So without further a do, we give you the perfect midweek beer supping look.

All about creating an easy classic look, with some quirky details, but ultimately staying within the boundaries of text book style, this look is pinned down by some hard wearing Ted Baker brogue boots. A mix of cross grain and plush leather, with some contrast laces and suede tabbing make this boot look like a work of art. It's ruddy lovely.

We've linked them up with a pair of classic blue jeans by none other than the godfather of denim, Levi's. These 508's give an on trend tapered silhouette, making them perfect for rolling up to show off the Ted Baker boot's details.

Classic style doesn't get any better than a decent Oxford shirt, so we've gone all in with an updated version of an age old style. This red Oxford shirt by Lyle & Scott is the last piece of your stylish puzzle, adding a well deserved splash of colour to your look.

So, there you have it- your midweek evening dilemma's solved. Damn, we're good to you- so, ours is a Corona. Cheers.

Ryan J Gray


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