Mr Porter’s Second In-House Collection Is Spring Style, Perfected
Light jackets, heavy tees and other transitional essentials
Mr Porter launched its second in-house collection today, and it appears the men’s e-tailer wants to help transition you from winter to spring in style. Following the limited-edition first capsule, the second release under the Mr P house label follows the same ethos: essentials and future classics only.
In other words, Mr P. is all about the basics. Pricey basics, yes, but everything on offer is a lock to last more than one season in terms of both quality and style. Taken in aggregate, these pieces represent a foundation upon which you should add elements of intrigue and personality.
Check out our favorite highlights below.
Mélange Felt Blouson Jacket
A jaunty jacket made in Italy from bonded felt with a boxy fit, cut to sit at the waist. It’s inherently a little ‘60s, and that’s why we love it. $610
Garment-Dyed Loopback Cotton-Jersey Shirt
The rules of casualwear have changed, and there’s nothing wrong with investing in a great T-shirt. This mid-weight number comes in a natural ecru colorway that’ll go with anything. $110
Weather-Resistant Hooded Field Jacket
The label’s version of the classic M65 military jacket features a weather-resistant shell and four sizable pockets. $510
Camp-Collar Striped Shirt
Camp-collar shirts are arguably the best shirts to complete a relaxed off-duty look in 2018. This one features striped indigo and navy cotton that’ll soften and fade like denim over time. $175
Stretch Cotton Corduroy Chinos
Your classic set of fine-width corduroys with a French bearer button for a more flattering profile. It’s also stretchy, because comfort. $180
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