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Although #couplegoals are looking a little different ATM, don’t let lockdown ruin the love. It’s still nice to get spruced up and make the most of some quality time with your partner, whether you live with them and can plan a fancy dinner, or are isolating separately and have to resort to virtual dates for now. The easiest way impress? You guessed it – a nice shirt. For inspo, check out five styles below that are guaranteed to impress.
Talking of guarantees, this abstract, scribble face print shirt is a certified conversation starter. Simply team it with your favourite black skinny jeans or smart trousers, and you’re good to go (note: sweat pants for date night is not a good look). Those stacked rings are a nice touch too. It’s the little things, you know?
Been making the most of those at-home workouts? Let ‘em know with a muscle-fit shirt. There are loads of styles to choose from, but plain colours really let the fit do the talking. It’s the tightest cut we do – ideal if you prefer a super-fitted shape.
Smooth move, man – no, like, literally… this shirt feels super-silky, and you know what? If you want to flex a more elevated look with zero hassle, this is the one. It’s super-comfy while still giving off the impression you’ve made loads of effort. Sounds like a win-win to us.
Ever tried on all your striped blue shirts, examining each in the mirror to figure out which is the right one for the night? Well you’ll never have that problem again because COLLUSION has thrown together four different styles to create… like, a super-striped blue shirt. Who knew indecision could look so sweet?

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If you’re a fan of colourful looks, it doesn’t get much bolder than this. Seemingly featuring every shade under the sun, the easiest thing to do would be to pair this watercolour-print shirt with black jeans or trousers. Although, with light-wash denim becoming a spring staple and those pastel-blue highlights peeking out from the design, don’t be afraid to work in some paler hues, too.