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Archive for September, 2011
XYGT8BVMV9JN Again this season wooly jumpers are this seasons trendiest must have. With those dark cold nights approaching then those thick chunky wooly jumpers will be a favourite among the fashion forefront. Many brands and desingers are offering their own variation of the classic retro garment, from streetwear labels to high street brands there are many different choices.
There are also many different style for wooly jumper as you can buy a thick wooly cardigan which can be paired with a smart shirt for that smart casual look. A wooly crewneck can be worn as more of a day wear or smarten up with formal shoes for that evening look. Which ever style you wear, the wooly jumper is this season trendist garment.
With Autumn and Winter fast approaching its now the time to exchange those flip flops for boots. At the moment boots are a huge hit and desert boots are back with a bang. Most designer brands have bought out their own variance of the classic footwear from bristish designer Ben Sherman and Ted Baker to urban and streetwear brands like G Star, Gravis, Pointer and many more.
The classic iconic footwear can be paired up with some smart dark jeans and a cool graphic t-shirt for those causal days. For those nights out then match it up with a fitted check shirt and mix casual with smart in a cool effort free way.
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Comune is a streetwear and skate clothing brand that design some brilliantly graphic t-shirts. The urban fashion brand started in the 1990s form the skate board scene and one of the big brand names in streetwear. The contemporary streetwear brand also design some premium shirts which are available at Urban Cove store.
The clothing brand also collaborate with artist to help design their clothing, the “Drop City” collection. Drop City was introduced to allow artist to express thier creative minds using Comune clothing. The participating artists include participating artists including Andrew Kuykendall, Krystal South, Noah and Nathan Rice, Ray Gordon, Noel Sinclair Boyt, Wyatt Hull, Devendra Banhart, Mario Wagner, Alana Paterson, Beth Hoeckel, Bryan Schnelle, and Amber and Ashlie Chavez.
Comune clothing mixes streetwear, skate boarding, art and fashion into a clothing brand that embraces rawness and imperfections. For more Comune clothing check out the online store Urban Cove.com