Before I embark on this shopping spree can one of you 'fashionistas' tell me if quited jackets will remain in vogue for the forthcoming season ?
I shall be wearing season 2013/2014 fashions.
As usual I shall be one year ahead of everyone else.
The Clarks Oi Polloi range are ****ing lovely, i've been eyeing up a pair in sand for a while. I know a lot of people still associate them with school but the quality of the shoe is second to none and the cut and design is lovely.I can't think if anything less cool than shoes from Clarks, each to thier own and all, but if u get a woman u can stop caring :-)
Personally i bought some Red Wing boots for the winter but they're a bit warm now, was looking at the Gazelle Indoors, with the gum sole the other week for the summer months but fuc.k they're pricey.
Also got a Penfeld anarok that's really nice and been getting into the One True Saxon stuff a bit recently. In terms of outerwear i'm a fan of the Norse Project stuff, bit heavy for the summer i guess but the jumpers are a really great cut.
Stutterheim have got some nice raincoats out for the summer too, but again cost might hold me back, quality cut mind.
Shirts wise i'm getting into my Supreme stuff right now, their thick checked shirts are class and they do some good polo's too. Also been really getting into Folk's stuff since working close to their flagship store in London.
Need a new pair of jeans and have been thinking about a nice pair of either Levi's or a classic pair of Lee's (with a small turn up).
Could be an expensive summer to be fair!
Women wear outfits
Men wear clothes
Still deciding what colour crocs to wear for the first game
The best threads on here are the ones where some people are having laugh, others are deadly serious, and some others get really wound up as if it really matters.
Not that this is at all relevant at the moment of course.
Personally I will kitting myself out with a few nice new cardigans from the Edinburgh Wool shop and some warm corduroy trousers with elasticated waist. Not that anyone will see the trousers once I'm in the ground, because of the tartan rug
After last seasons 'incidents', I think it would be better if I actually wore some clothes to matches.
what are your thoughts in a pari of skinny jeans, some plimsoles, a short sleeve checked shirt with all the buttons done up to the top and a nice side parting...?
Oh and a word of advice. Make sure your clothes fit. There is nothing worse than seeing some of you with your jeans dragging along the floor and tops stretching over your beer guts.
Loafers, stay press, Y neck and t bag. Leaving out the pork pie as over done.
Why do people do up top buttons on polo shirts? And why does it annoy me so much?
I've just moved to the Northam so my lad can stand and sing so you'll see next years styling week in week out, don't try to keep up, few can.
the problem is nowadays any old eshopper can get hold of gear. Back in the day (early 80s) it carried real prestige. Laying you hand on an exclusive Armani jumper, or Fila trackie top after traipsing to some exclusive outlet in Shepherds Bush was a real sign of class and determination to look good.
Now any old bod can buy it and means nothing. Designer names were only good because of exclusivity that you stood out from a fattie on Shirley High St. Nowadays I find M & S is very comfortable
Stopped in the new UK Blauer store in Beak Street last week - not impressed, all comes over a bit, naff, being based on US Police/Fireman wear.
Clarks are sh*t compared to Kickers.
I'll be attending games next season with a nice pair of loafers, a smart sports jacket and a nice pair of slacks.
I'll be wearing a pair of denims (exclusive - bought from the factory in Turkmenistan, so cool that nobody else can into the country to get a pair!), my six pack in warm weather (in winter I'll put on some designer stuff I picked up in Moscow - those dudes know how to dress for winter). Footwear, don't want to ruin my hand made shoes so I'll wear my DMs.
What about head gear ?? Bit stuck there so I may have to wear my old bobble hat, with the red & white pom poms.