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Sartorial Style

​The new season ranges have landed bringing with them an unmistakeable air of sophistication with chic tailoring, timeless great coats, elegant knits and classic footwear. We’ve tracked down the hottest pieces from retailers in The Centre which are guaranteed to revamp your style this AW17.

If you’ve got a weakness for a well cut suit Burton has a gorgeous selection including bold checks, skinny fits, puppytooth and 100% wool options. We couldn’t resist their textured suit in chic charcoal – pick up the single breasted suit jacket for £60 

Invest in versatile layers for a wardrobe that works whatever the weather. Over at M&S the new season styles include classic rollnecks, cosy layers and refined suits – team the suits with fine knit jumpers and neutral shirts for a warm winter ensemble or a zip neck jumper for a more contemporary feel - Suit £199, Jumper £39.50.

The J by Jasper Conran collection at Debenhams boasts an array of vibrant purple hued offerings, all of which will add tone and an extra dimension to your wardrobe. We love their purple coat, £150, and patterned scarf, £25, combination which exudes masculine elegance. 

Build texture into your wardrobe with hints of velvet, cashmere, silk and denim. Burton’s suedette jacket in warm grey, £55, would make a stylish autumnal addition or for a more retro vibe why not try Primark’s navy bomber jacket with faux sheepskin collar – a bargain at just £19 

Next has everything you need to style out this season’s trends for crews, textures and ribbed designs. Throw them on with tees, hoodies and denims for a stylish look, or smarten up your casual attire with fine knits and knitted polos. For a touch of French elegance check out their nautical striped sweater for £30. 

Practical layers don’t have to be boring… avoid the wintry weather in style with a chic wool mac from Hammond & Co. in Debenhams, £150.

Invest in quirky accessories to add personality to your look – from funky fox ties at Debenhams £20 to a luxe green velvet tie from River Island, £12. 

Knitwear this season includes everything from cosy traditional cable knits and novelty festive sweaters to more contemporary designs. River Island has mastered the art of adding a modern twist to classic knitwear with a spliced cable knit jumper for just £35. 

Statement prints are a key look this season and Next has an extensive collection of brash floral shirts, patterned polos and graphic tees. We also love their statement evening jackets which includes a bold paisley patterned tuxedo jacket in vibrant purple with contrast satin shawl lapel for £75. 

For fashion forward footwear, look no further than Topman where you can find lace up brogue boots, classic Dr Martens and modern suede detail boots with contrasting vibrant orange sole, £65. 

Get a heritage vibe without breaking the bank with tweeds and check suits from Primark, £35,– team with matching suit trousers for smart workwear or wear with jeans and a crisp shirt for a smart casual evening look. 

With tempting accessories such as a stylish new wallet, £32, Debenhams or a contemporary mesh watch, £8 from Primark now is the perfect time to drop a hint or two to loved ones for a few choice stocking fillers guaranteed to please this Christmas!

Don’t forget to check out The Centre’s AW17 Magazine for more top tips on the hottest new season styles. 

1: Jacket Burton £60

2: Campaign Image – Petrol Blue Suit Suit £199, Jumper £39.50, M&S

3: Coat & Scarf Coat £150, Scarf £25, Debenhams

4: Jacket Burton £55

5: Bomber Jacket Primark £19

6: Sweater Next £30

7: Mac Debenhams £150

8: Grey Tie Debenhams £20

9: Green Tie River Island £12

10: Jumper River Island £35

11: Jacket Next £75

12: Boots Topman £65

13: Jacket Primark £35

14: Wallet Debenhams £32

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