Hugo Boss have done it again, carefully rearranging their brands under new names with new styles, merging Boss Black, Boss Green and Boss Orange into new lines under new names. But what does it all mean? Which one do I want to shop? Worry not, because we’ve put together an easy guide to help you figure out which Boss is the Boss you’re looking for.
As the name suggests, the new line mainly takes away what was once known as Boss Black. Smart cuts, tailored suits and neutral colours. This is the Boss you need if you’re shopping for luxury outfits, either for office wear or casual. With the emphasis focusing on the cut of your clothes rather than branding, you’ll find small, subtle Boss logos and smart frames in this range.
Taking Boss Orange with them, the Boss Casual range involves more colourful and playful shirts, t-shirts, jumpers, trousers and jackets. With large logo prints and a wide range of styles, this happy go lucky range is great for your off-duty wardrobe.
Once again, the title really gives it away. Boss Men’s Athleisurewear focuses on sports. With technical fabrics and sporty fits, our Boss Athleisure section is the place to shop if you’re looking for casual clothes with a fitness vibe; from shirts to trousers, flat caps to trainers.
Hugo has stayed much the same, but that’s doesn’t make it any less exciting. With a wide range of head-turning styles, Hugo is the section where street style thrives. With intense focusing on their tailoring, Hugo is for the individuals that like to lead, not follow.
Mainline Menswear stock a huge collection of Hugo Boss clothing and accessories, including every branch of this iconic brand. So keep an eye out on our sale and shop the Hugo Boss look online.