Just in time for Christmas Shopping (what presents do you even get for boys these days), Calibre is opening up shop in Adelaide Central Plaza this week. The store stocks not only the Calibre range of menswear - shirts, t-shirts, suits, shorts and more - but also a collection of the best designer sunglasses including Gucci, Carrera and Marc Jacobs.
The store opening times nicely with the release of Calibre's newest Resort Collection, with the best trends for Summer. If you're looking for a present for the man in your life, or you're a dude that just wants to treat himself, Calibre has some super cool, on-trend short sleeve shirts (including a lobster print...shut the front claw), as well as cotton blazers and leather loafers for more formal events.
Calibre opens this week in Adelaide Central Plaza, Rundle Mall.
Images via David Mandelberg/Calibre
Details on Rundle Mall's website
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