Celeb Style

Juan Mata

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.

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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.

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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)

 

 

 

Wolsey

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)

 

 

Beams Plus

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)