It's Friday and that means one thing, it's time to treat yourself to some new clothing.
Take a look at our Friday fashion Five - the five must-have items that need to make an entrance into your wardrobe.
Trust us, you'll want to buy them all.
Drift King Grey Marl Printed T-Shirt
A printed tee should be the arsenal to any man's wardrobe.
They're easy to throw on and look much more stylish than a plain one.
Grey looks great with blue, so wear this with your jeans or a pair of navy chinos.
Available from Burton £16.
Burgundy Cropped Belted Mac
The weather doesn't look like it's about to perk up anytime soon so it's time to invest in a Spring jacket.
A Mac is a staple item, that should be apart of any wardrobe.
This Burgundy colour is a lot mroe interesting than the sea of biege and navy we usually see in these styles of jackets.
Wear this jacket everyday and even to work, it's smart enough to be translated to both.
Available from Topman, £70
Burberry Brit Slim-Fit Jeans
It's a wise idea to buy a new pair of jeans every season.
Again they're a staple item, that will see you through many days and occassions.
Spending a little more money on them means that they'll wash better, fit better and last a whole lot longer.
Dark denim is a classic choice because you can wear these right through the year. Whereas light years are best kept for summer months, in my opinion anyway.
Available from Mr Porter, £150.
Topman Green Contrast Aztec Shorts
It may not seem like it when you look out the window, but it is actually summer.
These green aztec printed shorts are perfect if you're heading on holiday and you should *fingers crossed* get to wear them at some point here too.
Wear them with a plain colour tee for a simple look. Or get an Aztec printed one for a more bold outfit choice.
Available from Topman, £30.
Havainanas Flip Flops
Havainanas are the go-to brand for holiday shoes. Wear them around the pool and during the day on holiday.
They're great to quickly put on when you're running the shop too.
Available from Mr Porter, £20.
Malextra Taryn Davies