The Most Wanted Men's Clothing Items Under £250

By Angelo Mitakos, Zak Maoui
07 August 2019
Fashion, Style, Shirts, Shoes, Below £250
Trying to look good while saving money is a battle we all fight, so we’ve rounded up the best menswear clothing available to buy now for under £250. They won’t break the bank and will keep you looking tip-top. From a shirt by Vince to trainers by Geox, these are the items worth getting

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Weekday sweatshirt
Tie-dye is in folks. ASAP Rocky is doing it, as is Jaden Smith, so get involved. £35 at weekday.com

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Topman penny-collar shirt
Give any suit a feminine touch with this shirt. Harry Style's is doing it, so you should too. £39 at topman.com

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Givenchy socks
Give your feet a touch of the logomania treatment. £109 at endclothing.com

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Zara trench coat
This trench coat with double technical fabric features no lining, which means it's light enough to wear on those cooler summer evenings. £99.99 at zara.com

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Lacoste trainers
The chunky trainer trend, done well. £90 at schuh.com

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H&M knitted jumper
Let out your inner child with this Bugs Bunny sweatshirt from high street favourite H&M. £24.99 at hm.com

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Lacoste Live sweatshirt
This baby pink sweatshirt is unisex and will give you serious Rachel Green vibes. £90 at lacoste.com

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Walter Van Beirendonck T-shirt
This preowned Wild And Lethal Trash T-shirt by Walter Van Beirendonck is an original from 1996. The bold colours will look great with a pair of Nineties low-slung baggy jeans and if you’re feeling adventurous why not compliment it with a bandana. £210 at farfetch.com

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Victorinox rucksack
This backpack from Victorinox fuses comfort, practicality and style. From the multipurpose interior that features a mesh pocket and key fob to the extra back padding to improve comfort and airflow, it will make your commute the most comfortable yet. £80 at victorinox.com

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Chaos lanyard
Never be without your phone with this handy lanyard from Chaos. £90 at shop.chaos.club

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Vince shirt
August is just around the corner, which means only one thing: summer holiday season. Never be without a trusty striped shirt. They're easy to wear during the day and perfect for evening dinners and everything in between. £180 at vince.com

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Geox trainers
Comfortable and lightweight, these Geox trainers look great with chinos. Make sure to pack a pair for your summer holiday. £125 at geox.com

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Jacket by Fred Perry
This towelling track jacket features a classic Seventies elongated collar for a cut that’s a little more daring. £120 at fredperry.com

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Nicce neck pouch
With festival season in full swing, why not refresh your bum bag for this neck pouch. It fits your phone, sunglasses and any other festival essentials. £14 at nicceclothing.com

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Sleep Society pyjamas
England experienced its hottest day on record earlier on this week – so hit the hay in these comfortable and breathable pyjamas. Top, £35. Shorts, £45. at sleepsociety.co

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Massimo Dutti shirt
This goat-skin suede shirt from Massimo Dutti doubles as a jacket so is ideal for layering. Pair with a light-wash denim shirt to add texture to any look. £229 at massimodutti.com

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Kurt Geiger trainers
If you’re into the chunky trainer trend but still want a sleek silhouette, these simple white trainers from Kurt Geiger hit all the right notes. £99 at kurtgeiger.com

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Links Of London ring
This simple ring will look great on any finger. Whoever said you cant mix gold with silver is wrong! £130 at linksoflondon.com

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Camper Trainers
Camper had reached into there archive to re release this trainer that dates back almost 25 years ago. Of course, given a modern wash to bring it to the 21st century this trainers come in white black and red so there really is something for everyone! £185 at camper.com

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Isaia boxer shorts
These white gingham boxer shorts and made using the same cotton Isaia use to make there shirts so you know you’re destined for a comfy day! £65 at mrporter.com

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J Brand chinos
These chinos are the master of the smart/causal dressing. Pair with a classic crew neck and smart open shirt et voila off you head to the BBQ and after work drinks. £250 at selfridges.com

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River Island T-shirt
Summer in England wouldn’t be complete without the rain! So instead of experiencing the rain, why not wear it instead? £35 at urbanoutfitters.com

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Sandro shirt
Great for the office, ideal for the weekend- the versatility of this shirt is never ending! £155 at sandro-paris.com

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Guess T-shirt
Switch up your classic crewneck T-shirt with this motif print option from guess. Great for layering and wearing alone! £35 at guess.eu

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Nobis bucket hat
The beauty of the bucket hat is that it not only protects your head from sun burn, it also shades your eyes and can cover bad hair days. Some would say it’s a 3 in 1! This one from Nobis hits all the right notes. Invest now! £70 at nobis.com

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Wrangler denim jacket
You can never have too many denim jackets. It’s a fact. This latest offering from Wrangler has been cut using western style detailing and its made from recycled denim. Act fast – these are sure to be a sell out! £110 at wrangler.co.uk

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Burlington socks
Who doesn’t love an orange sock? If you’re feeling adventurous pair with your favorite sandals! £17 at burlington.de/uk

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Diverge trainers
We love these shoes and we know you will to- why? You can customise almost every element of these trainers, from the laces to the sole and everything in between. Each shoe is unique to the owner. £237.99 at diverge-sneakers.com


Via British GQ