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Best Summer Menswear Essentials From P & Co.

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When we started The Status Life many moons ago, P & Co was one of the first fashion brands that we wrote about and we’re delighted to see that they’ve gone from strength to strength in that time and now one of the UK’s biggest and most popular purveyors of menswear. We’ve always loved their graphic tees and other apparel and if you’re in the market for some new gear over the coming weeks and months, you’ll want to check out our pick of the best spring / summer menswear essentials from the chaps at P & Co below:

Wayfare Waxed Canvas Jacket | £144

P & Co’s Wayfare Waxed Canvas Jacket in tan is a regular fit men’s casual jacket, made from a heavy 15oz water-repellent oil-waxed canvas and boasts a fully-lined body and sleeves. The adjustable waist and cuffs deliver a custom fit that’s made to be lived in and only gets better with age.

buy now | £144

Sunset Avenue T-Shirt | £28

The Sunset Avenue T-shirt in washed black from P & Co is a relaxed fit men’s graphic t-shirt made from a mid-weight 100% soft cotton jersey. The classic crewneck features hand-drawn artwork on the reverse & a small graphic print on the front.

buy now | £28

Gascoigne Knit Sweater | £68

The Gascoigne knit in grey from the guys at P & Co is a regular fit crew neck jumper made from a wool and polyamine mix for great comfort and performance day in, day out. The chunky 5-gauge knit and half fisherman rib stitch creates an extra warm fabric- making it a year-round essential on colder days. Also available in navy.

buy now | £68

Piece of Progress 1/4 Zip Pullover | £49

This awesome looking P & Co Piece of Progress Quarter Zip Pullover in washed black is a regular fit men’s sweatshirt which has been crafted from a mid-weight 420gsm cotton loopback jersey. Featuring a mock neck with zip closure and a direct embroidery logo this wearable piece is a layering essential for spring and summer.

buy now | £49

Foreland Popover Anorak Jacket | £104

The top quality Foreland Popover Anorak is a regular fit men’s jacket which has caught our eye at The Status Life and it is made from a mid-weight cotton & polyester mix. It takes inspiration from the military-issued parkas, the technical water-resistant fabric delivers a robust yet wearable piece that will withhold wet weather conditions without restricting movement. Featuring an adjustable drawstring hood & hem, and velcro cuffs.

buy now | £104

Milton Overshirt | £85

P & Co’s ace Milton Overshirt in stone is a regular fit shirt that has been crafted from a durable yet comfortable cotton twill- unlined for that extra layering room. This classic workwear-inspired piece features two large utilitarian chest pockets and a plastic button closure. Classy, comfort and versatile, the Milton Overshirt is a real triple-threat in our opinion.

buy now | £85

Business as Usual T-Shirt | £28

P & Co’s Business As Usual T-shirt in off-white is a relaxed fit men’s graphic t-shirt made from a mid-weight 100% soft cotton jersey. The classic crewneck features hand-drawn artwork screen-printed on the reverse & a small graphic logo print on the front.

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buy now | £28

Mindset Tour Jacket | £80.50

The P & Co Tour Jacket in navy is a regular fit men’s jacket made from a durable 12oz cotton twill that delivers an adventure ready performance day in, day out. A cold-weather alternative to the brand’s spring Tour Jacket, it boasts a polyester lining with warm onion-quilting, and the boxy fit allows for a little more room for layering.

buy now | £80.50
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