Summer must be on the horizon as the Levi’s denim jacket in white has returned to the shelves once more.
Yes, you can channel your inner Keith Moon or just get set for spring and summer a little early. After all, you don’t want all the popular sizes clearing out – and they always do when the sun starts to shine and temperatures rise once more.
It’s something of a classic too. As I said above, Keith Moon was particularly fond of a white denim jacket and although it’s not the easiest thing to keep clean, it really does look sharp over summer. It’s a classic in an eye-catching colour.
This year the jacket has been rebranded as the ‘vintage fit trucker’, but it is still inspired by the iconic 1967 Type III trucker jacket. The difference is the vintage fit, which I think is just a little shorter. Not a great deal of difference in truth, but check the measurements on the retailer’s site if it’s a potential issue.
The detailing is what you expect. So outside of that white finish, you have two chest pockets, two lower ‘handwarmer’ pockets and waist cinch buttons on the back, along with the button cuffs. A Levi’s tab finishes things off in red, with the Levi’s patch inside.
As for sizes, you can pick this up in the full range from small to XXL, but as I said, the popular ones will sell through if you really want one. Talking of getting one, the price has gone up just a little this year, with the jacket selling for £90.
Update: There is 20 per cent off everything at Stuarts of London. That means 20 per cent off this jacket (and more) right now.
Just use the code SUMMER20 to get the money off.
Note that Levi’s is also doing a lovely suede trucker jacket right now too, although it does come at a hefty price.