Country Road For The Transitional Man

Most Gents these days purchase clothes that have dual use or that can take them through different seasons, from Autumn to Spring, Day use to the Gym etc

This season Country Road Man has a modern take on the sportswear. A city-scape palette of heathered charcoal, mineral greys and black carbon are offset by highlights of terracotta and ultra-blue.

Fabrication is the foundation of the collection – suedes, lightweight tech fabrics, fine gauge knits, pima cotton and denim bring in the new season. Sportswear codes influence dressing in a modern city environment – think slim chinos, joggers, windbreakers, bombers and parkas – designed to be dressed up or down and styled with more tailored pieces. As the season progresses, sportswear blends into a workwear focuses with a dynamic new denim range, washed shirts and flannels.

Country Roads new Autumn Winters Menswear range showcases easy streetwear with slouchy silhouettes, with rich navy hues, tonal greys and highlights of rust the collection embraces the oncoming seasons with sophistication. We chatted to Creative Director Sophie Holt about this absolutely awesome collection.


Q&A Sophie Holt

What are the top Menswear trends for Autumn 2016? 

A major trend is what we’re calling City Gym this season where sports-styling has a strong influence on design and it’s not just aimed at weekend dressing. Looks are kept modern with crewnecks, quilted sweats, joggers, suede sneakers, tech fabrics and lots of slouchy silhouettes.

What menswear looks do you feel are timeless?

I think a crisp chambray shirt paired with a tailored pant in tonal blues is always a timeless look.

What colour palette should men look out for this season?

This season there’s a focus on tonal dressing in either head-to-toe blue or grey, with a pop of rust in the mix.




by Arrnott Olssen
Editor Rogue Homme