More often than not, the classics are unbeatable when it comes to fashion. With countless emerging brands and trends falling in and out of the spotlight, we are safe in the knowledge that our favourite names will be there to provide us with staple wearable offerings. This fact could not be any clearer when looking at the latest Working Class Heroes fashion round-up. Choosing to focus on household names such as Nike and New Balance, take a look below at our favourite picks from the Cumbria-based apparel brand…
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The Cumbria-based apparel collective spotlights Nike and New Balance in this week’s fashion round-up.
When it comes to a seamless sneaker, no one does it quite like New Balance. With the brand being synonymous with a fusing of comfort and practicality with style, New Balance has become a renowned name in the world of trainers, and, these latest picks from the brand have only confirmed why. In the form of a style-focused sneaker, the New Balance 237 shoe (£75) in the powder blue colourway acts as the perfect addition to any spring ‘fit. Alternatively, the New Balance 327 shoes (£80) stands as a sportier choice as it dons an expanded PU insole and a larger-than-usual N motif taking centre stage. Available in both the Natural Indigo Faded Workwear and Sour Grape Bleached Lime colourways, New Balance blends muted and loud colour palettes to offer the retro-infused shoes which, are perfect for any occasion.
Next up on the list is Nike with a plethora of fun print and pattern emblazoned t-shirts. To kick things off, the apparel giant is offering a pair of relaxation-infused Nike SB Crusin t-shirts (£25). Available in both watermelon pink and sesame hues, the 100% cotton tops offer a rippling tie-dye effect and a graphic logo sporting the phrase “Crusin’ Since 2002.” Continuing on with the graphic tee offerings, Nike also presents the Nike SB Paul (£25) and the Nike SB Wrecked (£25) t-shirts. Featuring a llama and palm tree motif, the black and white graphic tees exude all of the streetwear styles that Nike is known for, with the added flair of fun imagery. Rounding off the brand’s line-up is a return to its signature style with the Nike SB Yarn Dye Striped t-shirt (£25. ) Featuring a ribbed crew neck and sporting the classic Nike tick logo, the t-shirt is sophisticated in nature as it sports a striped black and white pattern.
To end this week’s fashion round-up, Working Class Heroes are offering a look at the soon-to-be-classic brand Vaga. With accessories at the helm of every well-thought-out look, the brand’s latest collection of caps stand as the perfect addition to your post-lockdown wardrobe. Should you be looking to add a pop of vibrancy to an otherwise plain outfit, the Vaga Box Logo Running Cap (£25) is the hat for you. Available in an array of fun colourways, including Black Burgundy Pink and Green Yellow Navy, the lightweight and adjustable head accessory is both stylish and practical and offers to elevate an otherwise casual fit. If a more muted colour palette is what you are after, the Vaga Logo Running Cap (£25) is what you will want. The all-black hat still possesses the chic style that comes from the brand’s logo and quality shape, just without the added attention that comes with bright colours and patterns.