Basically Luxe: Mr Quintessential cashmere menswear

Throw away all those worn out, years old basics, and kit yourself out with a whole new set of gorgeous yarns.  Mr Quintessential is just that – indulgent mens’ knits for everyday or formal wear. No logos. No gimmicks. And read on to win the chance to win a luxurious cashmere polo for spring!

 

 

If you’re looking to bring a bit of indulgence to your spring wardrobe, Mr Quintessential’s range of knitwear in 100% luxurious Mongolian cashmere can breathe new life into any look. Classic crew necks, v-necks, and cardigans in stunning dip dyes are individually handcrafted by the finest master craftsmen, making each piece unique and one of a kind. These are investment pieces with great fit and timeless style.

There’s nothing better than luxury classics that go with everything and can be worn again and again. Cashmere polo shirts? Yes please! New for SS16, the August polo by Mr Quintessential blends fine, soft silk with the lightest weight Mongolian cashmere. The result is a relaxed and indulgent piece, with an elegant fit and perfect silhouette.

Available in pure black, indigo or steel blue with ribbed cuffs and hems tipped in steel grey, wear the new polo under a blazer for a more formal look, or to the office on a summers day.

For more information see mrquintessential.com.

COMPETITION: We’re delighted to invite you to enter our competition to win a fabulous Mr. Quintessential ‘August’ polo shirt in ebony in your size (worth £130). Click here to enter. Competition closes 2nd May 2016.

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