Stylish Menswear for your Christmas Party

Stylish Menswear for your Christmas Party

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We’re officially in the Christmas party season, when it’s imperative to look the part and dress well. With this in mind, we’ve picked out a handful of smart, stylish gear, as well as more casual clothing for your Christmas shopping list.

Until the end of December we’re giving Apache customers 10% off all online orders! Type in the code XMAS2018 at the checkout and your discount will be applied.

Hot Shot Bi Stretch Trouser by Mish Mash — £65

These smart men’s trousers by Mish Mash are brand new this week and make for the perfect Christmas party outfit. Made in a comfortable bi stretch fabric in a classic tapered fit, you can wear these trousers in comfort all day, every day — even in the office. Our sizes run from 30 to 36 in Short leg, 30 to 40 in Regular, and 32 to 40 in Large. Match it with a brogue shoe and a smart casual shirt (see below) for an unbeatable look at your next end-of-year event.

Oliver Floral Shirt by Jiggler Lord Berlue — £80Leone Paisley Shirt by Jiggler Lord Berlue — £75 £55

Leone Paisley Print Shirt by Jiggler Lord Berlue

Paisley print patterns are incredibly popular on men’s shirts — a classic style with a flamboyant touch. The new Leone shirt (right, M-XXXL) by Jiggler Lord Berlue fits the bill perfectly, with paisley shapes falling like petals. We love the gold lining on the collar, cuffs and placket, as well as the cut away collar. Get it now at a special reduced price, and save an extra 10% with the offer code XMAS2018! The new Oliver shirt (left, M-XXL) has a more brooding look, blending subtle dark colour contrasts in a unique print pattern.

Polka & Geo Print Scarf by Tootal — £50

TV1810 Polka & Geo Print Scarf by Tootal

Round off your smart Christmas outfit with a retro silk Scarf by Tootal, a legendary British brand. We’re delighted to unveil three brand new patterns for our pre-Xmas collection: a Polka & Geo print scarf in Navy and Gold, and a modern Paisley print scarf in Navy. It’s hard to think of a better stocking filler: stylish, lightweight, and great for all year round wear!

Cable Knitted Polo Shirt (TR8360) by Trojan — £60

TR8360 Cable Knitted Polo Shirt by Trojan

For a more casual vibe this Christmas, why not treat yourself (or a special man) to a knitted polo shirt by Trojan, an offshoot of Ska and Soul menswear. The cable knit patterns have a festive feel and add an interesting design flourish, as does the tipped collar and cuffs. Ideal for wearing as a base layer, or over a vest/T-shirt, these knitted polos make for an ideal stocking filler for any fan of retro menswear. Available in Medium, Large and Extra Large.

Harry Velour Track Top by Fila– £70Fleece Track Jacket by Fred Perry — £95

Harry Velour Track Top by Fila

Fila have made a comeback this year at Apache as one of our most popular vintage brands. Their super-snug velour track tops are particularly well liked for their unique soft handle and retro look. We’ve picked out a red, white and navy track top, but you can choose from the full range here.

From the ’80s to the ’90s now — the new Fred Perry fleece jacket has just arrived! It’s every bit as lightweight and comfortable you’d expect from a brand that puts quality first. Perfect for layering under a thin showerproof jacket.

Twin Tipped Pique Polo Shirt by Fred Perry — £59.95

M3600 Twin Tipped Pique Polo Shirt by Fred Perry

Perhaps the one piece of clothing we could never do without, the famous Fred Perry twin tipped polo has returned with 4 new pre-Christmas colours. These include Cobalt blue, Forest Night and Aubergine (above, left to right.) in a generous size spread of Medium to XX Large in a regular fit.

A quick reminder of our 10% discount code: XMAS2018. Happy shopping!

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