Tagged With ‘Design’

1960s-style knitted shirts at Pretty Green

by Modculture 13 March, 2018

When I mentioned the leather jacket by Pretty Green, I got a few questions about the knitted shirt in the picture. Well, here are those knitted shirts. Continue Reading

Heavily discounted Bass Weejuns loafers at TK Maxx online

by Modculture 7 March, 2018

Fancy some cheap loafers? Get onto the TK Maxx site now for some Bass Weejuns whilst stocks last. Continue Reading

From the archives: 1979 Fred Perry Shirt

by Modculture 4 March, 2018

Yes, this is a 1979 Fred Perry Shirt. available once more, but not for a 1979 price (before anyone asks about it). Continue Reading

1960s-style button up leather jacket by Pretty Green

by Modculture 28 February, 2018

I know, it doesn’t come cheap. But that doesn’t stop me admiring this 1960s-style button up leather jacket by Pretty Green. Continue Reading

Budget classic: Monkey Boots by Grafters

by Modculture 9 February, 2018

Worn by mods and skinheads in days gone by, Monkey Boots are still around and still as cheap option too. Continue Reading

Fred Perry v-neck sweater returns in 1970s school colours

by Modculture 9 February, 2018

Here is an interesting concept, with the Reissues version of the Fred Perry v-neck sweater now back in 1970s school colours. Continue Reading

Coming soon: Adidas Berlin OG trainers reissue

by Modculture 28 January, 2018

Hot on the heels of the Koln reissue comes the return of the Adidas Berlin OG trainers. Continue Reading

Uniqlo G4-style Harrington Jacket now available

by Modculture 26 January, 2018

We mentioned the budget one earlier this week. That has now been followed up by a more premium Uniqlo U Harrington Jacket. Continue Reading

Uniqlo budget Harrington Jacket now available

by Modculture 22 January, 2018

No, this isn’t a Baracuta and nor does it pretend to be. But the Uniqlo Harrington Jacket is under £40. Continue Reading

Fred Perry Original Tennis Bomber now in sky blue

by Modculture 17 January, 2018

A navy version landed last year, which has been joined by the Fred Perry Original Tennis Bomber in sky blue. Continue Reading