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Trenery's S/S line presents sharp & transitional looks
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Jul '13
Trenery’s Spring/Summer 2013 collection presents sharp, transitional looks defined by bold patterns, retro graphic prints and a new earthy colour palette with pastel pops.

In July the breton stripe is featured in knitwear, t-shirts and polos and is offset by a palette of classic navy and grey. A hint of chalk pink, mint green and pale blue in tailored shirting complements the classic selection of stripes, plaids and windowpane checks in vibrant red and sapphire blue.

Three piece looks are key; modern outerwear and knitwear are perfect partners for this season’s shirts which pair back with the signature denim range and the smart chino pant that comes in an array of complementary colours.

The new contemporary fit career suiting collection premieres in August offering a modern, slimmer fit. The look for the season is tailored and versatile; a khaki linen suit jacket teamed with a matching trouser, a utility shirt and a nautical stripe tie or with a bright madras check shirt and a relaxed chino short. Stripe t-shirts and casual shirts in chambray and vintage inspired prints in primary red, bottle green and washed blue are weekend essentials.

Retro print board shorts return in September, bringing paisley and floral prints into the wardrobe. New structured shorts in chambray and washed chino are introduced, designed to be perfect partners for polos and cool cotton t-shirts. Hues of coral and yellow join the colour palette as micro patterns carry shirting through to summer.

100% cotton boxer shorts, high quality socks, leather belts and luxe accessories add the finishing touch to any outfit. Polished career shoes and vintage inspired distressed brogues are essential footwear options. The suede lace up sneaker is the shoe of choice for relaxed casual styling.

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