SABA’s menswear for spring

SABA holds a long-standing history in Australia and a long-standing comprehension of style and what it means to look good.

They’re always on-point and these days, the brand and what it produces speaks for itself.

This spring-summer season, SABA are wheeling-out some wonderful new styles and colour palettes, perfect for the more normcore dressing gent whose understated style speaks volume about his personality.

The SABA men’s wear collection for spring 2015 explores nostalgia of generations past and meets the brands signature clean modern design.

They’re using a great deal more earthy tones this season, which when combined with the classic, for the most part, and adventurous every now-and-then textured fabrics of the collection, make for a completely wearable and seemingly timeless collection.

Clean sophisticated suiting remains a signature of the brand and is shown in relaxed styles for off-duty summer days and sharp styles to take the wearer from work to play.

As usual, tailoring is key for SABA and to herald their 70s inspired look for the season, the cult Collins Suit is an essential for the season appearing in an exclusive 100% Italian Merino Wool.


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