French Truckers fashion blog digs the best of men’s fashion on a daily basis. Whether it is about timeless like the lastest trends, affordable like high-end fashion, we broach the subject under different forms: selected items, looks, fashion advices, tests , trend analysis, new collections, reports, brands histories and a huge shopping guide with more than 1300 brands with their stockists.
“Selvedge” is a word that you probably heard many times if you are directly or indirectly interested in trousers, jackets, shirts and everything else made with denim. Where does it come from? Why is this word never off jeans amateur’s lips? Let’s start with the beginning, by definition selvedge is the contraction of “Self Edge”,… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
Quite hard to miss the most famous monument of Barcelona during a trip in the Catalan capital, I mean the Sagrada Familia. This romanesque basilica (it isn’t a cathedral as no bishop sit there, even if it has the same shape) was built in honor of the Holy Family from 1882 according to the Gaudi’s… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
After the short break driving my MG on Montjuic hill heights, let’s meet up in the same area for a short walk. We will start from Plaza España, at the bottom of these two Venitian columns built for the 1929 World’s fair as the entrance. Well, wearing my Armistice shoes I’m heading for the Palacio… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
This may be source of interest if you’re taller than 6.4 ft or a UK13 size (or more). Jackets and shirts sleeves, trousers legs you find in stores are way to short for you, then you try some XXL, then shoulders does not fit well, and trousers look like baggies! Well ok, you can easily… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
Last day of this week spent in New York, it all went so fast! Last walks, last findings… the weather it still warm. Last rides in bike, heading toward Soho. Even if we’ve spent most of our time here, we hadn’t planned a photo series in this area during our stay. This inconsistency had to… Read moreno validationand1 comment for this article.
Since the summer sales have started last week for most UK shops, we try to put the best deals from each website and put it into a selection to give yyou some inspiration. As some of you may have missed some nice discounted items, we though great building this table were can be found all… Read moreno validationand1 comment for this article.
In our New York series, we left Manhattan heading towards Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Going through this area without a bike is not conceivable. This holy land for hipsters from all around the world can only be visited on a worthy steed, suiting the refined residents of this neighbourhood. Then we grabbed a fixed gear Bianchi to… Read moreno validationand1 comment for this article.
Last week, we started a series introducing our favorite Spanish fashion blogs. Those we like to read regularly. Let’s follow up this tour around the world with a new episode of the best international fashion blogs you should know. This time, our Truck stops over in Italy with a selection of women and men fashion… Read moreno validationand5 comments for this article.
Arriving in New York has been filmed, photographed, told by the greatest authors so many times. Each visitor of the Big Apple for the first time will keep it as a major event in his life. Well, past cultural events have given this moment a fully fantastic dimension. The Hudson riverside getting closer and closer,… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
Ready-to-wear really started developing after World War II. To produce clothing in higher quantities, sizes start to get standard then. They were defined thanks to measurement studies. In a general meaning they were representative of the population though not including all specificities. Short people could have difficulties finding 28 trousers, XS tops or UK 5… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.