Seasons are a’changing everyone. It’s time to peel ourselves out of our tracksuits and dress like normal folks again. Spring is around the corner that we even had a visit from summer this past weekend, so the boys at Working Class Heroes want to make sure that we’re all set and ready to rumble in the latest and greatest fashions money can buy. From Stussy and Carhartt to Nike and Patagonia, here’s what we have our eyes on…
WORKING CLASS HEROES
Our favourite Cumbria-based apparel shop has just dropped their best picks for Spring.
Stussy know that even with the alarmingly early rays of sun we’ve caught recently, the UK gets pretty chilly. To counter this, they’ve treated us to hand-dyed work jackets in a concoction of worn-out red and grey hues (£160), as well as mock neck sherpa fleeces (£155) in deep, mossy greens and the most tactile fabrics you’ve ever seen.
Nike SB Blazer
To not know the Nike SB Blazer is to not have lived. The classic silhouette is back on our radar in a rather fetching navy blue this week. Durable suede makes up the outside, fixed up with sturdy heel caps and vulcanized rubber outsoles – that’s basically a lot of shoe jargon for maximum comfort and support (£75).
Patagonia also know the tumult of British weather. For those of us who hate coats but loathe the cold, they propose lightweight fleeces. Available as both 1/4 zips (£100) and full jackets (£110), both designs are made from 100% recycled polyester with a knitted yarn outer and soft brushed linings, boasting colourways that range from industrial green and black to stonewash and new navy.
Carhartt X Hockey
For the collab lover, prepare to let Carhartt and skate brand Hockey answer all your prayers with their subtle yet poignant capsule collection. From double knee pants with organic flannel lining (£110) to Detroit coach jackets fitted with more pockets than rooms in your gaff (£275), these classic designs are sure to go down an absolute treat no matter where you don them.
Find your favourite pieces on the Working Class Heroes website while stocks last.