‘Dawn till Dusk’ with GEORGE & KING AW18

Melbourne My Style have yet again partnered with George & King to bring you their finest AW18 Collection

Photography by Toby Sullivan @Justpose_

Layering during the Autumn/Winter months is essential and this season George & King have incorporated their overcoat range to keep you toasty and warm. During the winter months it a constant move between hot and cold environments and layering can be effortless and effective. The Key to layering is to make sure each piece looks good on its own, before it’s put together.

“George & Kings AW18 collection is about the embodiment of Autumn. Tailored suits and thick overcoats in deep hues of brown, rust, burnt orange, burgundy and greens.

Statement Outwear

This Autumn’s overcoats are bringing forth louder colour notes and overt patterns are also making an appearance in the collection. Teal, greys and rich navies are central to the AW18 George & King overcoat range. Rich worsted and brushed wool create a cocoon of warmth on even the coldest day.


Photography by Julian Lallo

Make an impression choose large detailing on outerwear; brash buttons on a double or single-breasted garment will create a style statement!  Partner with tailored pants in a large windowpane to channel AW18 sartorial trends. Bold prints or soft weave textiles are great ways to bring individual and fresh flare to an outfit.

Coloured Tailoring

This collection is about stepping out of your sartorial comfort zone. Boosting your sense of style and personal confidence. The bold and the beautifully brave will give our taupe, camel, rust or teal suiting a try. Channel your most native self and incorporate natures colours into you style. Regal Red, Burgundy and Dark Greens Vibrant shades of green, regal red or burgundy are the colours of the season. Embody Autumnal colours throughout your entire look.   Channel Autumn through choosing moss and darker green for you tailored looks. This season pair these items with dark staples, a black or navy shirt, with a button-down collar; a straight leg tailored pant featuring a large cuff with a well-tailored longer cut suit jacket. The collection draws inspiration from the 1940s chap. Double breasted checked suits with a straight cut pant single break pant. The collection lends itself to the traditional chap”.

Photography by Toby Sullivan @Justpose_

Thank you to ‘The Bank on Collins’ Melbourne, for their hospitality during the shoot.


Photography ‘Dusk’ by Toby Sullivan @Justpose_

& ‘Dawn’ Photography by Julian Lallo

Further information https://www.georgeandking.com.au/







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