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Selectism’ve hear some comments on our Dockers Alpha Camo khaki post that the slim fit on the Alpha line varies with color. Personally, we have not noticed much of a difference on them outside out of the raw variants which clearly have not had a wash yet. With that said, the Dockers Alpha khaki is a fairly universal slim fit for all. Not surprisingly, the Dockers Alpha Khaki’s are now available in a slew of colors. Choose yours today.
Nice and easy. Those are the words for this baseball jersey raglan from a lord of coveted basics, James Perse. Selectism’re talking imported Japanese cotton with an over-dyed heathered finish. Sleeves are batter-up contrast grey and the whole thing is silky as banana peels thanks to a softener added during the dye process.
Not sure what sort of occasion would call for this shirt by CDG Homme—a post duck hunt business meeting, perhaps?—but here it is: a button-down oxford fronted with camouflage panels. Sent our way by James McNally, this would not be a bad looking piece if you can figure out where and how to wear it.
Any dude in a python vest is doing some serious dick-wagging, so imagine the pendulum’s arc on the man rocking a $10,000 python vest. Staff favorite Balmain invites you to conjure this image with an ashy, fancy and very intense vest made from what must have been one hell of a snake. If you can conjure the $10,222 to buy it, then by all means proceed.
Dress is the code of any person. Any historical person will be recognized with their dress. Any person will be identified with the type of dressing. The dress is mainly to keep the body safe from the climatic changes. The extremities of the climate will not make the body get affected if there is a safe covering of the dress. The type of dressing from any mainland is dependent on the climate of the land. The materials which are abundant in that area may also be the reason behind the dressing. The dressing is one mans taste. Especially two women will not select any dress uniquely. There are many ways to buy the dresses.
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When shopping for shirt, men and women alike will surely look after the designs and styles that can suit them perfectly and most likely, the only thing that can keep them from doing so are the prices attached onto the merchandise.
Shirts are considered as the basic components of male and female wardrobe and there are lots of styles and designs that will leave you with a lot of options to choose from. However, for the people who want to make sure that they will not splurge so much on shirt shopping, it will be important to consider the best ideas to shop for shirts.
Selectism take a look at some 80’s adidas Olympic-wear making its way back in a big sporting year for Team Great Britain. 6 pieces of kit and four styles of footwear, this collection is heavy on nostalgia. Perfect for any child of the 80’s. If you hear the name ‘Fatima Whitbread’ and don’t immediately think of ‘I’m a celebrity get me out of here’ then this might be one for you.
“Los Angeles 1984 and Daley Thompson, Sebastian Coe and Tessa Sanderson all took Olympic gold for their country. In a nostalgic nod to the past, adidas Originals present an Archive collection that takes direct inspiration from the original pieces worn by those heroes, with Daley Thompson’s decathlon-winning #398 jersey the centre-piece.” Available from February
Harrods of London present their new in house “YSL pour Harrods” tuxedo just in time for Fashion Week in their fair city. YSL’s own Stefano Pilati worked on the special in-store tux that “seamlessly blended modern touches with echoes of the YSL decadence of the ‘60’s.” The double breasted, satin peak lapel tuxedo features a full lined jacket and a label to make it all that more special. Find it exclusively at Harrods for around $3,299.
Your Keirin Cut Dungarees are so comfortable, resilient and good-looking that ever since putting them on it has been hard to get excited about any other pants in the dresser drawer—even a pair of fancy Marc Jacobs jeans excavated from the bottom of a clearance pile. This damn rain shirt looks to be cut from the same attention-ensnaring cloth. Well, not technically the same cloth—this guy is lined with Superfine Merino wool, for starters—but this combination of their Soft Core Wool Vest and Supermarine Rain Shirt has us thinking fondly of the nylon coach’s jackets we’d buy at the sporting goods store in high school. A grown up and refined version that’s essentially a cozy, water resistant dress shirt.