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Men Pre-fall collection

Introducing the pre-fall 2020 collection – an edited selection of smart pieces designed for transitional dressing. Easy to combine with your late summer wardrobe, these pieces are autumn and winter favourites to wear and love already now.

01 The overshirt

A real favourite with us at ARKET, the overshirt is an essential transitional piece. Choose your favourite style and layer it over T-shirts or finer shirts, wear as a light jacket or as a heavier shirt.

02 Trainers

Trainers are a functional all-weather shoe suitable for the changing seasons, offering day-long comfort. This pair features a classic design and a leather upper that will age beautifully with use.

03 Jeans

A year-round choice. However, finally wearing a proper pair of jeans after walking around in shorts all summer is one of our favourite moments in early autumn. Seen here is a loose and long-leg pair that is both easy and comfortable to wear.

04 The padded vest

A practical choice, not only for the warmth it provides around the bodice but also for the functionality of its multiple pockets. Add it as a top layer in late summer and autumn, or wear under your coat later in the season

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