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Universal Works patchwork shirt

le Tuesday 12 July 2011byRomano as "the garagerocker"

As I recently presented you some the Grafton shorts from Penfield, the outfit had to be completed. Of course I am kidding, you friends would give you such nicknames fully patchwork dressed. But admit there is something interesting in this kind of piece. For example, imagine matching them with some plain beige or navy chinos… Read more

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Cro’ Jack Shirt

le Thursday 10 February 2011byRomano as "the garagerocker"

Cro’ Jack is a British brand which background is intimately related to Navy. The brand is made up of patriotism, authenticity, a strong concept and a certain care for a decent trade. Such values can help us understand why they’re holding their own factory in England. I’m just finding out about some of their pieces… Read more

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Uniforms for the Dedicated Parka

le Thursday 27 January 2011byRomano as "the garagerocker"

A cool piece from Uniforms for the Dedicated, and nicely discounted. As the parka is THE piece of the season, you have to get yours. This one is perfect for those who like original details, as its button fastenings combined to some very particular pockets and on top of that a quirky lining. £140 from… Read more

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Fred Perry Shoes

le Monday 10 January 2011byRomano as "the garagerocker"

What do you think about those suede pimsolls from Fred Perry? The alternation of different leathers soberly colored may allow us to qualify them as classy trainers. Another reason for that could be their Oxford catching up construction. Then, they’ll accompany with perfectlion all of your “tailored chinos and slim fit trousers” for something really… Read more

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Sixpack Sweater

le Monday 20 December 2010byRomano as "the garagerocker"

Sixpack is a French brand firstly known for its t-shirt graphics since 1998. After being influenced by street art for years, creating t-shirts only, they have thoroughly extended their range today, proposing nice pieces for any part of the outfit. See this hooded sweater? We like the “double” contrast created by its brown drawstring and… Read more

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