Let’s not mess about here, you want to see the latest and greatest from Leicester-based apparel store Wellgosh, and we want to show it to you. So why don’t we just get straight into it…
From Uniform Bridge military-gear to the Adidas x Human Made collab, the Leicester-based store’s weekly round-up is positively brimming with this new season’s best bits.
First up is Uniform Bridge, the Korean workwear brand repurposing vintage materials and military-wear into the best outerwear fashion you’ve seen in your life. Their Battlefield Parka has just arrived at Wellgosh, constructed from a durable mixture of cotton and polyester. Function is stressed with two-way zip closures, a button flap, adjustable hems, a removable hood and plenty of pockets for those of us too stubborn to take a bag out with us (£299).
That’s not all, either. They’ve also brought out a Mountain Utility Jacket, complete with a windproof shell, two sleek chest pockets that double as zipper warmers and a full zip closure locking in all the heat you could possibly need (£275). You can then pair your cosy outerwear with the brands Arch Logo Sweater in charcoal, sporting embroidered varsity letters (£80) atop a pair of black M65 combats that boast elasticated waistbands, cuff toggles and six big pockets (£115). They’ve got us covered no matter what the occasion…
Adidas x Human Made
This next fit is giving us major Michael Cera in Juno vibes, meaning it’s perhaps the most stylish piece on this entire list. Adidas never miss when it comes to track jackets, and in their latest collab with streetwear giant NIGO and his brand Human Made, they’ve landed right on a bullseye. The burgundy and grey Fire Bird jacket offers cuter-than-cute heart motif’s and trophy’s embroidered on each side, doubling as an entirely new jacket if you flip it inside out to reveal its second reversible finish (£170). What a score!
Other highlights from the collab include flashy graphic tees (£60), comfy socks with jagged burgundy stripes (£20), and Adidas’ own Forum Low sneaker given a reworked touch to include leather underlays, suede accents and a Boost midsole with Basketball engineered tooling (£160). We’ll have one of each, please!
Billionaire Boys Club
Speaking of streetwear hotness, Pharrell has also been cooking up some magic over at the Billionaire Boys Club. This season the brand is opting for casual outerwear staples, be it in a classic Billionaire Bunnies bomber (£275), or with their Arch Logo Popover Hood in Black & Pink Camo. The latter features the brand’s iconic logo, in, you guessed it, pink camo, adorned with a kangaroo pocket, ribbed trimmings and an adjustable hood for a comfy fit. This is exactly the type of thing we’d be eager to throw on for a lazy day, and not just because it looks absolutely stunning, either (£185).
Hoodies not your thing? That’s okay. This new season print is also available in a variety of t-shirt colourways, from pink bases with white camo to a standard navy-on-navy moment. (£75).
Japanese-based clothing brand Needles have been having a total moment this year, and what’s not to love? For starters, their signature motif is a butterfly, and for seconds, their black and purple striped sliders look comfier than wearing a cloud on your foot (£109). The Needles W.U Pant is also pretty divine, made with the utmost high-quality finishes that feature vertical darts lining both legs to seamlessly merge with a zipper, an elasticated waistband to ensure comfort at any size, and a variety of front and back pockets to keep your belongings secure and on your person – we couldn’t be more sold if we were a house on Selling Sunset. Unless it was in the hands of Davina anyway… (£170).