Who knew Juan Mata had style to match his twinkle toes?
We all know the colours of autumn; greys, beiges and deep greens all start to look better when the temperature takes a turn - apparently so does Mata.
Despite going through some ups and downs on the pitch, he shows the permanent form of a stylish basic. The item to focus on here is the beige blazer, which tops off a perfect autumnal look.
While wearing the blazer with brown trousers looks great, it'd look just as good with a pair of indigo jeans. The last trick here to keep an eye on are the suede shoes, which keeps the outfit on the casual side of smart.
With suede shoes becoming popular again, the only hard to find item in this outfit is the blazer. Here are three of the best we've found:
Plectrum by Ben Sherman
Ben Sherman's side brand Plectrum has gone from strength to strength since it's launched, with this blazer (Ben Sherman, £175) proof of what they can do. The three button design means it'll work well as a blazer or as coat in the autumn weather.
The patch pockets give it a continental feeling, leaving you feeling like an extra from 8 1/2 as opposed to one from the Apprentice.
(Ben Sherman - £175)
One of the oldest registered brands in the world, Wolsey was founded back in 1755. Their clothes come with a royal warrant, which would explain why this jacket [Present, £290] is fit for a Prince (not Harry, for obvious reasons).
(Wolsey - £290)
There's a saying that we're about to make up; when in need, bring out the tweed. That's what Japanese label Beams Plus have done, making this blazer in Donegal tweed (Mr Porter, £470).
The fact that it's a soft shouldered number means it'll look just that bit more casual than other blazers.
(Mr Porter - £470)