Or update your wardrobe with flowing outerwear in glossy, waterproof fabric in red as the painter whose art creeps into his wardrobe. Even the patterned two pieces express bold confidence and a more creative side.
If you fancied more natural tones, perhaps you would embody the explorer, always in search of an adventure and pick the multi-functional Nappa leather and suede suiting.
Leather may have been a surprising choice for the season a few years ago, but brightly coloured animal hide even when it’s faux, is a big spring/summer trend.
The highly wearable looks are the perfect examples of comfortable and modern suiting, which combine sportswear and luxury. With a mix of trousers, shorts, parkas, jackets and shirts, even the cummerbunds and thin ties looked very cool. Whatever kind of world traveller you are.
The smart-casual ready-to-wear collection has also welcomed back head-to-toe tonal colour or you could choose to layer different tones.
Boss believes that people can’t be defined by one conventional archetype, but rather a unique combination of countless characteristics. In line with trends embracing personalisation and customisation, they’re encouraging you to pick and choose how to dress as yourself. There’s great freedom in that.
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