For our most recent Styling Conversations, we share key pieces from our Autumn collection, A Canvas of Expression. Staple styles have a lived-in sense of ease, from characterful knitwear and shirts to wool coats and drawstring trousers, all in a considered palette of indigo, olive, ochre and stone.
Presenting their favourite pieces from the collection, Jordan Bunker, stylist and digital creator, and Greig Sharman, Technology Director, discuss how they would wear each look. Demonstrating a considered approach to colour and texture and using a range of garments from the collection, the outfits presented are versatile, working to a range of proportions and silhouettes.
From Fair Isle and checked sweaters to duffle coats and relaxed trousers, Jordan and Greig provide guidance and tips, giving you the confidence to invent unique, comfortable and creative combinations for everyday wear.
Join them as they talk through each outfit, alongside Jack Bromwich from our Hampstead shop, and Oliver Naylor from our Mayfair shop.
Jordan wears our Cotton Long Sleeve Tee in Chalk, Side Panel Elasticated Trousers in Dark Indigo and our Guernsey Cable Knit Merino Sweater in Chestnut around his shoulders. “It’s nice on a day like today to keep the chill off, and as it gets toward the evening you can throw it on and it’s good to go,” he says.
Greig wears our Wool Cashmere Overshirt in Navy, Breton Stripe Organic Cotton Long Sleeve Tee in Tangerine and Exaggerated Single Pleat Tapered Trousers in Olive. “This outfit is really comfortable,” he says. “I love to roll up sleeves for a little pop of colour as well.”
Key pieces include our Ribbed Chevron Donegal sweater, knitted from merino wool from Donegal, Ireland, and our Relaxed Wool Overcoat, crafted from weighty crosshatch boiled wool for warmth on colder days. The fibres are dyed, spun and woven in the same Italian mill, which was founded in 1952. For accessories, Jordan shares our Monkey Boots, handmade in Northamptonshire by Solovair, and bags handcrafted by leatherworker Kingsley Walters in his London studio. “You could fit your life in this bag,” says Jordan. “I’ve got a lot of time for Kingsley’s products, so I’m really happy to see them at TOAST.”
Jordan (middle, centre) is 5’10 and wears size M, Greig (above, right) is 5’11 and wears size M, Jack (above, left) is 5’9 and wears size S, and Oliver (top) is 6’2 and wears size S waist and M top.
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