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Our Contemporary Classics Collection

Written by: Bronwen Collins | July 26, 2019.

This year our newest editorial was based in our home county, the picturesque North Yorkshire. Home of the rolling moors, Yorkshire puddings, a lot of steel but ironically not Yorkshire Tea (that’s grown in Sri Lanka for the most part). In a ’50s infused home, we decided to take advantage of the inspiring décor and added a few timeless classics into the shoot. From retro cars to the statement clothing we styled, our latest collection is all about contemporary classics.

So make a statement using a bit of the past. Bucket hats, eye-catching logo tees, and casually smart polo shirts all feature. Hues are kept subtle this time around, whilst the cut and style of the clothing helps your outfit make an impact.

Kicking things off with denim, this year we’ve been motivated by the 80s’, and Dad jeans are back in style. Complete this look with an oversized t-shirt and some retro trainers for a relaxed yet preppy twist. Also, don’t be afraid to go double denim and make a denim jacket your go-to layering piece for a truly vintage look.

A man stood infront of a tiled wall. Wearing a Levis denim jacket and a white t-shirt from Versace Collection

Our next new trend is another timeless classic, and the polo shirt is ready to turn your casual wardrobe sophisticated. Go for block colours today and keep things chic with some dark denim to match.

A man is sat on a green couch in a living room. He is wearing a red and blue striped polo shirt.

Finally, word on the street is that logo tees are also making a comeback. Logomania is a craze we can all get behind and is the easiest way to stand out without putting in a lot of effort. We suggest you add a touch of class with some luxury brands. Versace, Emporio Armani and Hugo Boss are all great choices when it comes to upgrading your t-shirts.

A zoomed in picture of a man wearing a black t-shirt with a red HUGO logo on the front. He face is not in shot.

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