Tuesday, 11 October 2011

Heritage Tweed. Back for Good

 Flipping heck that's a turn up for the book! Is it me or did you think Gary Barlow outshone the girls, Tulisa and Kelly on Saturday's X Factor Live Show. Old Heritage tweeds and country checks have been given a new lease of life for 2011 and are now totally on trend. All eyes were on Gary  in his Brown check tweed jacket and waistcoat with 70s wide lapels. This Vivienne Westwood blazer has three-button cuffs, a peaked lapel, two slanted flap front pockets, a single rear vent and a red and charcoal panel lining. Wear with  Navy stretch twill extra-slim fit chinos by Dockers and Tan leather boots by Swear with traditional brogue stitch and punch detail.

Focus On: Vivienne Westwood's name is synonymous with subversive British fashion. Born in Derbyshire in 1941,Westwood has become one of the most loved style icons in British fashion history. Starting her design career in 1971 at 430 Kings Road, her design career has been a tale of true British style, eccentricity and rebellion. Expect iconic styles such as the high collar shirt and 'drunk' cut trouser sitting alongside Westwood's continued experiments with cut and pattern.

Friday, 7 October 2011

From Country to City. Men's AW11 Style Guide

Check out the Country Issue Style Guide at my-wardrobe.com. Fabrics such as tweed, tartan, herringbone and wool. Traditionally worn by country gents the good news is that heritage style is now moving to the City. Knitwear in muted hues like olive, grey and brown. This Olive Fairisle fine gauge crew knit by Barbour has brown suede elbow patches. It'll look the business with a pair of  Dockers Trousers, Burberry Brit Coat.and some Dark burnished brown brogues. Accessorise with this black leather messenger style Mulberry Satchel

Thursday, 6 October 2011

Chuck Norris official T-shirts

Pay tribute to the bearded Karate legend, Chuck Norris. Check out the hilarious range of official T-Shirts featuring some of the best Chuck-isms like 'Chuck Norris doesn't breath, he holds air hostage' and 'If at first you don't succeed, you're not Chuck Norris', these brilliant designs are 100% approved by the man himself.  The American martial artist, Chuck Norris appeared in a number of action films including Way of the Dragon in which he starred alongside Jeet Kune Do master Bruce Lee. He doesn't need a weapon, he doesn't breathe!  CLICK TO VISIT STORE