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Blue this, blue that, with workwear breaking, I feel like 2012 has been the year of deep blue. Good! Spring blooms and here is one kind of untypical blue I’m totally into for the new season: Acne top-notch blue jeans =) I’ve always loved Acne’s distinctive craftsmanship when it comes to making jeans. It’s well thought… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
Now you can consider wearing polos with the famous Vivienne Westwood quirkiness. As always, we’ve got plently of details giving the piece something attractive. Featuring a striped collar and some offbeat white contrasting buttons, this polo is a godsend for the casualwear. That’s all we plan to wear during our summer holidays! £99 from Question… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
I’m just finding out about a brand : Nobody. Their story started 30 years ago in Australia, when whiling away their time they suddenly found “creative inspiration”. That’s basically the kind of brand we like : passionate people who wants to craft jeans by its own. This pair is called the Vic Straight, and as… Read moreno validationand1 comment for this article.
Regardless of Question Air modest sales I’ve made a selection there. The idea is to build a sailor outfit. It evidently starts with some fashionable hi boat shoes in which H by Hudson is specialized. To match them, some casual trousers might be appropriate, just pick a particular color like teal. Lets skip the graphic… Read moreno validationand2 comments for this article.
I was not convinced by quilted jackets since they came back into the light this season. I don’t know how, little by little, they’re managing to make me change sides. Actually, quilted offers an excentric vintage touch that can make you look quirky. Lavenham appears to be the king of quilted, which is finally a… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
I found this Paul Smith peacoat on sale rummaging on e-shops. It is wool made which guarantees a certain quality and sturdyness. A classic design is what we can expect from such a peacoat, at a pinch, the only original thing here is the buttons. A great occasion to get a top quality piece fot… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
Fed up with your usual plain-minimalists tees? I offer you a change for once with this sub/pop Edwin. Some of you would say it’s an artwork because of some over-ornate details. I think it would match perfectly with a sober outfit. £40 from Question-Airno validationandno comment yet for this article.
Here is a Filippa K check scarf looking like a picnic cloth. Checks like those are definitely vintage and you can match them with any plain outfit. The only snag is the price which could be expensive for such a timeless item that you can find in any frippery, but be sure you would never… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.