Style Inspiration & Advice
The sun is shining for now, but before you know it. Staying dry throughout the day will become a tug of war challenge that you’ll definitely not win. Ah yes, the joys of British Summer. Where your chances of wet weather – even at the height of summer are pretty much a given.
Why can’t we just be sun-drenched for months instead? Well since the weather refuses to play along and looking like a drowning mole rat is categorically not a vibe. Having a summer layering plan of attack, to tackle the unpredictable weather. Is the only way to survive the tricky changing temps and dreaded rain downpours.
Lightweight outerwear is essential for the fickle heat and wet conditions we seem to be enduring at a moments notice. You want a piece that is light enough to carry around should it get humid. Throw back on when it gets a little windy and without a doubt take on a sudden downpour.
Less is definitely more and you want the details to do the talking. A hero jacket that you can transition not only weather-wise but that’ll also hold you down, no matter the occasion. Nothing say’s L.A cool vibes than ripped denim, and who doesn’t want to tap into that during the summer.
Our Brooklyn Distressed Denim Jacket is the great solution, a foundation for any summer look. It’ll keep you warm enough during the chilly mornings. No chance of over-heating when it gets warmer and cool when it gets a bit breezy. The distressed detailing gives your outfit a grungy edge with the biker style outline driving the ultra-cool flex. You can pair it with a white tee, mid-wash jeans and trainers for a casual day look. Or, a dark coloured shirt and boots for a dressier vibe.
We can’t talk layering and not mention the don’s of all dons that works for literally anywhere you need to go, the hoodie. Our Jefferson Distressed Hoodie is an all-round piece that you can integrate with any trend that takes your fancy.
You can take tips from the man himself, Lord Disick. Pair with some light-wash distressed jeans, opt for a darker boot to withstand wet weather elements. We unfortunately cannot compete with L.A weather, so wearing a lighter shade is a no, no. For a “I barely made an effort, but I still look like money” look.
Alternatively you can chuck on some trainers. With a pair of shorts for when the weather can’t decide whether it’s more hot and warm than wet. Or dark wash jeans and some premium leather trainers for an off duty look. That’ll be sure to turn heads, when you are pounding the pavement.