Ever wondered what the ultimate summer wardrobe looks like? Well, Wellgosh are here to show you. Calling upon a host of streetwear names, the Leicester-based apparel store has hacked styles, silhouettes and aesthetics to ensure their latest summery round-up has something for everyone. Head below to see full Stussy outfits, sneakers from your favourite brands and much more…
Stussy supremacy, streetwear sneakers and printed summer two-pieces: the apparel store offer the ultimate summer wardrobe in their weekly picks round-up.
When it comes to Stussy’s feature on this week’s list, the offerings are endless. To begin with, the brand offers its classic peach-toned 8 Ball T-Shirt (£40) and, hacked from its SS21 collection, the Stock Logo L/S Crew in Oatmeal Heather (£65) meaning that shoppers can enjoy cotton garments washed over in sunset hues. Offering elevation up top the brand also showcases its Stussy Diamond Jacquard Linen Shirt (£135) which boasts a subtly emblazoned black Jacquard weave. For pants, the brand looks to its sporty streetwear roots and offers the relaxed and lockdown-appropriate Stussy Panel Relaxed Track Pant (£120). Boasting an elasticated waist and white panel detail, these are the perfect transitional garments that can be worn both casually and dressed up. And, for accessories? A summer outfit would now be complete without the brand’s Gauze Cotton Big Logo Bucket Hat (£50).
If you are brave enough to embrace the toe-baring summer shoe options available during the season, look no further than Suicoke’s latest offering. The KAW-Cab (£185) in black is the elevated slider meets sandal shoe that is the ultimate open-toe option this summer. Donning a nylon upper shell and velcro straps, the shoe embodies all of the garish and bold features that make streetwear so irresistible.
Keeping things simple in this week’s round-up is Brain Dead with a pair of staples. The brand’s Waffle Knot Mockneck Tee in Tan (£65) is the definition of understated flair as the garment’s candy floss hue meets an embossed waffle material and miniature brand motif culminating in the perfect summer tee. The Staunton Sunglasses in Brown Tortoise and Clear Rose (£180) also stand as the perfect adaptable shades to work into any outfit.
If you are a fan of the trusty cargo pant, orSlow’s 100% cotton New Yorker Pants (£195) are the pick for you. Featuring an adjustable drawstring waist and multiple pockets all washed over in a khaki hue, they offer all of the dad style flair you could want from a streetwear pant.
If you are in search of the ultimate summer two-piece, look no further than this latest drop from Sasquatchfabrix.. Comprised of the Doman Open Collar H/S Shirt in Black (£245) and Doman Shorts (£255), the outfit’s hefty price tag only works to prove that the rayon, cotton and cupro blend and sketch-like chequered pattern making up this look will provide you with a unique and effortlessly cool summer aesthetic.
Vans are the obvious choice when it comes to summer footwear. Luckily, the brand has an array of pattern adorned shoes for you to choose from. If florals are what you are after, their UA Acers in Barely Blue & Aloha (£70) and Black & Aloha (£70) prints are the choices for you. While the pair of shoes have contrasting black and white bases, they both prints of intricate flower and leaf illustrations. Or, if music is more your forte, this pick from the Vault by Vans x Wacko Maria collection (£63) is sure to be to your liking.
Adidas YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 MONO MIST
It wouldn’t be a streetwear round-up without a feature from Kanye’s Yeezys, especially these YEEZY BOOST 350 V2s (£180). Offering translucent monofilament mesh upper with the lateral mono stripe intact, the shoe provides all of the trainer technology synonymous with a breathable and comfortable footwear pick, but injected with the tonal colour palette and chunky sole synonymous with Kanye’s designs.
Continuing on with the Adidas offerings, Wellgosh also have a trio of summery and stripe-baring looks from the brand. If you are looking to keep things simple with the tan rubber soles and white suede, the Indoor Comp in White & Blue (£85) and Tischtennis (£70) silhouettes are perfect for you as they are pristine in colour and shape. But, if you are looking to channel your inner Elle Woods with a pink moment this summer, the Broomfields (£75) are the shoes you should have your eye on.
Nike Air Forces
When you think of Air Force 1s you think of the classic white and black shoes that nearly all of us have in our shoe collection, right? Well, think again! This summer, the renowned Nike shoe has undergone a fierce animal print makeover. The ‘Uptown’ Nike Air Force 1 is now available in an orange and black zebra print (£115) or an icy white leopard print design (£115), meaning you can enjoy the seamless curves and construction of the shoe all the while embracing a summery twist.
Air Max 95s
Wrapping things up this week is a dup of Nike’s beloved Air Max 95s. The rippling curves and quirky colourways still feature in the Coconut Milk, Sienna, Sesame & Wheat (£155) and Obsidian/Wheat-Thunder Blue-Hasta (£155) models, but, with an added sustainable ethos. Crafted from 20% recycled material and cork detailing, the shoes will not only fit effortlessly into your summer rotation but will also allow you to shop with a clear conscience.