Well, spring is upon us here in the Northern Hemisphere, so it’s high time to bust out another Wallace Editorial! This time we’re showcasing pieces from our SS21 collection, with a focus on transitional fabrics (and maybe a bit of season-pushing with the summery tops).We’ve got airy shirting from the likes of Reception, Schnayderman’s, and Kestin, trousers from Studio Nicholson, and on-foot flash from the ASICS Gel-Kayano 14.
We can’t wait for spring to show up, so this week’s style is an attempt to inject a little warm weather colour into a neutral look. The olive and off white from Outland’s Service Jacket and Kestin’s Aberlour Corduroy Carpenter Pants provide a stable canvas that showcases the coral colour of Schnayderman’s Shirt Notch SS Modal. On foot, the ASICS Tarther Blast brings it all together with its own hits of green and pink.
We built this week’s style around the Mapp Jacket from Soulland, which, as you can see, is freakin’ gorgeous. We complemented its navy and dusty orange colour palette with the Shirt Boxy Raw Silk from Schnayderman’s and ASICS’s Gel-Kayano 14 in white/pure gold. With all the low-key beige and navy, the pattern of the Soulland Mapp Jacket can really pop.
The Gel-Kayano 14 still holds up as a running shoe today, but with ASICS now on the 27th iteration of the Kayano, its technology feels a tad rustic. Where we (and ASICS) think the Gel-Kayano 14 excels is as a lifestyle shoe.
For ASICS footwear, we recommend spot cleaning with a wet cloth and/or toothbrush. If a deep clean is necessary, remove laces and insole, then submerge everything in the sink with warm slightly soapy water. Hand wash as needed, then rinse and air dry (away from direct heat).