Let’s face it, summer isn’t looking like it is about to get any sunnier. So, while that slightly depressing thought sinks in, apparel store Working Class Heroes is here to ensure that you stay weather-resistant and stylish over the coming weeks with its collaboration with brand Hikerdelic as well as picks from Butter Goods and Studio Skateboards. Head below to take a look at your new, adjusted, summer wardrobe…
WORKING CLASS HEROES
The apparel brand calls upon Butter Goods and Studio Skateboards to join their collaboration with Hikerdelic in this week’s fashion round-up.
Working Class Heroes x Hikerdelic Conway Smock
In an exciting start to this week’s round-up, Working Class Heroes are not only spotlighting Manchester-based label Hikerdelic but joining forces with them to unveil the Working Class Heroes x Hikerdelic Conway Smock (£130). The star of a wider capsule from the partners, which features an array of neutral tees, the vibrant blue taffeta offering is the ultimate British summertime cut for your wardrobe. Lightweight and featuring adjustable cuffs, neck and hood features, this is a must for any rainy day activities you embark on over the next few weeks.
Butter Goods T-Shirts
Taking centre stage in this week’s round-up is the Australian skatewear brand, Butter Goods. For their first set of offerings, shoppers can enjoy the pastel hues and sleek branding that adorns their trio of t-shirts. If understated is what you are after, the Butter Goods Equipment T-Shirts in the powdery Cornflower (£55) of leafy Vine (£55) colourways are serving up miniature graphic logos and sumptuous 100% cotton material, all the while staying irresistibly sleek. But, if vibrancy is what you want, the Butter Goods Flowers T-Shirt (£36) offers a striking white background for bold original graphic artwork of lilac flowers and summery lettering – what more could you ask for from a summer tee?
Butter Goods Pants
With the possibility of wearing shorts currently out of the question, Butter Goods is also serving up three pairs of pants this week. Whether it’s the Santosuosso Denim Jean (£110) or Summit Cargo Pants (£126), the skatewear brand is ensuring your stay warm, dry and comfortable this season with its selection of loose fit pants. And, should you want to blend into the background with subtle patterning and a mossy colour palette during your weekend trips out, the Butter Goods Bark Camo Cargo Pants (£126) are just the pick for you.
Studio Skateboards T-Shirts
Bringing the art to this week’s round-up is the Canadian skater brand, Studio Skateboards. Spotlighting their short sleeve t-shirt collection, shoppers can enjoy the adorable rabbit-filled sketch laying over the Studio Skateboards Bunnies T-Shirt (£35) and the simple scenes of a drink-wielding figure on the front of the Studio Skateboards Bitter Sweet T-Shirt (£35). And, if abstract art is to your liking, the captivating artwork that features on the Studio Skateboards Dawg Bite T-Shirt (£35) is sure to catch your eye. With all the offerings crafted from 100% cotton, it is clear that comfort and quality are just as important as style for the brand.
Butter Goods Panel Caps
If by some miracle, the sun does decide to peek through the thick grey clouds, the Butter Goods Panel Caps are a must-have accessory. Available in rich rust (£43) and wine (£43) colourways, the lightweight nylon accessories, which are injected with streetwear sensibilities thanks to an embroidered logo, promise to keep you protected.