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This is my latest experience of YesStyle. Along with the green t-shirt I mentioned before, I also ordered this v-neck “Pop Pop Pop” t-shirt. Once again, it’s a case of form before function: the cut and design are nice but the quality is a little average. The material is really not very thick at all!… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
I don’t often go to GAP. But recently, when I discovered the new collection on the American site, I found this cardigan, which made me want to go to their shop and see it in the flesh. Without being particularly unusual, it’s quite a good basic, and also has the bonus of being affordable (but… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
This is a very nice sheep wool jumper from J.Crew. It’s the little details that make the difference: the v-neck with a button on the front, with a slight collar at the back, and the patches on the elbows. $85 from J.Crewno validationandno comment yet for this article.
Upon Max’s recommendation (a member of the French forum), I went to have a look at Celebrity Brand T-shirts to as the first in our selections of slogan t-shirts. You can find a few nice t-shirts such as this one, with "Jesus loves this guy" written on it. It’s a good way to make people… Read moreno validationand1 comment for this article.
And now for another polo shirt suggestion! After the pink Gas Jeans polo shirt, here’s a brown stripy one from Original Penguin. It’s made of pure cotton jersey. I love the retro style and the colour harmony. Has anyone p-p-p-picked up a Penguin? €83 on La Redouteno validationandno comment yet for this article.
WESC side! WESC (We are the Superlative Conspiracy) or WE is a Swedish brand, established in 1999. Inspired by the skating and streetwear scenes, it made a name for itself by sponsoring certain underground Swedish artists and musicians. I’ll spare you the names as I suppose, like myself, you don’t know much about Swedish artists… Read more1 validationandno comment yet for this article.
I would almost be tempted to call Diesel’s Zathan Boot cut style a classic. These work almost as well in a casual jeans-trainers combo as for a dressier look with leather shoes and a shirt. $200.00 from Neiman Marcusno validationandno comment yet for this article.