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The Hybrid Working Style Guide

The Hybrid Working Style Guide

Smart modern workwear for all eventualities.

In the era of remote working it's perfectly reasonable to dial into a meeting from home, drop into the office via a lunch appointment and then head to the airport all the same working day. In the old days that schedule would've warranted more wardrobe changes than an awards show to remain professional and comfortable, but not anymore. 

Introducing the hybrid work wardrobe: contemporary pieces designed with versatility, comfort and style in mind.

A few cleverly chosen hybrid working items will provide the foundations of a solid business wardrobe, whether at home with the laptop or kicking back on a flight. Here's our pick:

The Chiltern Trouser

A versatile, medium-width pair of trousers in a quality soft fabric is a must have. Pair with a knitted crew neck and penny loafers or sweatshirt and trainers. We make the Chiltern Trouser in a few different fabrics, but the olive microwaffle jersey (pictured) has been a particularly strong performer. It’s crease resistant and ultra comfy. 


Classic T-Shirt, Black

A quality black tee can take you places. With a smarter edge than its white 'everyman' counterpart, it's the base layer upon which contemporary formalwear was built in the halcyon days of Armani and CK. All work wardrobes need at least one. 


Soft Collar Shirt, White Pique Cotton

Despite the general de-formalisation of the working wardrobe, there are still times when a white shirt is the right option, and in some industries a necessity. Thinking comfort-first for the modern world, we make our long sleeved shirts from soft pique cotton, so they’re breathable and form-fitting with none of the stiffness or creasing.


The Chiltern Jacket + Trouser, Wool Lyocell Blend 

Reports of the suit’s death have been greatly exaggerated. The remote work revolution did not do away with the classic two-piece, but forced innovation in a category that was crying out for it. We looked at how technical fabrics could rise to challenge of suiting in a WFH world, and created a sustainable merino-wool and lyocell suit that’s comfortable enough to fly in. 

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