Win the perfect summer wardrobe with Asuwere’s new bundles and subscriptions, valued at $1500

It’s said that sartorial style is best grounded in simplicity, from the garments to the often-arduous process of shopping itself. For this reason, designers that offer innovative ways to curate our wardrobes remain firmly on our radar — especially when those ways just make sense. So to celebrate local menswear brand Asuwere‘s introduction of wardrobe starter kits and clothing subscriptions, we have a wardrobe to giveaway valued at $1500, just in time for summer.

Asuwere is perhaps best known for its timeless linen separates and beautiful, wearable basics. The brand’s business model has garnered them much attention too, flipping the fashion industry as we know it on its head. Founded by brothers Sam and Noah Hickey, Asuwere’s ethos is to cut through the noise and decision-making, providing an efficient (yet eternally stylish) way to ensure your wardrobe remains fresh and relevant.

Asuwere Summer Bundle

Asuwere offers a subscription model, where the receiver gets monthly additions to their wardrobe that not only keeps their basics well-stocked, but offers the perfect add-on pieces too. Its versatile and high-quality menswear is designed to last the ages and is delivered in a convenient way. On top of this, Asuwere offers seasonal bundles, a considered addition for those wanting to elevate their aesthetic for the months ahead in one simple shop.

Asuwere’s new additions include a Summer Bundle (comprising a tee, a shirt and a pair of shorts), which is the perfect entry-level option to the brand, and those seeking a simple and affordable summer top-up. This complements Asuwere’s new six-month subscription for a thorough, premium wardrobe refresh — and a timeless, trans-seasonal investment.

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