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Is it safe to buy an all white pair of trainers in the Winter? If you think so, or you’re looking ahead to Summer already, Nike has an answer for you.
The Air Max Zero trainers are really cool, and there’s an all white, triple white pair which look as crisp as the white snow. It’s hard to believe that the style was designed way back in 1985 but only first released two years ago in 2015. Sleek and lightweight with a textile upper, I think these look really great, but probably released a little too early in the year for me.
If you want to get yourself a pair, they’re available now, at £100 at Nike and other shops. I’ve been thinking about an all white, or mostly white pair of trainers for the upcoming Summer, with the Air Max 90 all white and Air Max One all white being options, the Air Max Zero is now another contender for looking at a white trainer.
Tommy Hilfiger dropped the Tommy Jeans 90’s Capsule Collection back in April, and since it’s success the line has been expanded and more nostalgia has been added to the line up. As you know I love 90’s fashion trends, they have been big for a few years, and continue to grow and become more popular.
The new additions include a new T-shirt with the iconic Tommy Jeans logo, this time without the wording, and the graphic being printed on the front of the shirt is it’s entirety, a hooded sweatshirt with the same design and including the Tommy Jeans wording down the sleeves. For the Winter months, a padded gilet has been added, as well as a metallic down puffer jacket, and some cotton fleece sweatpants.
One of the key pieces from the collection is a varsity style jacket, with a wool body, faux leather sleeves and Tommy Jeans graphic to the back of the jacket. The Tee is £40, with hoody being £110, sweatpants £90 and the varsity jacket coming in at £190.
They’re all available at Tommy Jeans here, if you want to get your 90’s on.
Over the years I’ve loved my Christmas jumpers, and have quite the collection from my Christmas Jumpers 2015 and 2014, and this year will be no different. It seems there’s more and more jumpers on sale, from the absolute novelty to the verging on stylish, there’s a pattern or design for you. The ultimate in cheesy Christmas themed knits, or something a bit more toned down with a seasonal fair isle sweater.
Christmas Jumper Day 2016
Christmas Jumper Day is Friday 16th December this year, where you can not only wear a brilliant novelty jumper, but also you can donate to Save The Children if you want to show your support to the charity.
There’s plenty to choose from, here are my favourites from different brands and shops; From budget to premium, there’s one for everyone 🙂
The Stylish Swedish brand, COS has launched a second capsule collection with MR Porter. COS is owned by H&M and focuses more on modern, minimal contemporary fashion, with key menswear essentials. The collection for Autumn 2016 has an emphasis on a wardrobe with a clean and minimal look, with essential clothing including shirts, footwear, sweatshirts, T-Shirts, smart and casual jackets and accessories.
The collection features 35 pieces, and I have selected my favourite pieces from the range below.
If you are an outdoors kind of person and like activities such as hiking, camping and biking, then American lifestyle brand Merrell will be a familiar name to you. For Autumn/Winter 2016 they’ve released their Heritage collection, perfect for the colder weather and season ahead.
The brand new Heritage range maintains the traditional Merrell craftsmanship which has been synonymous with the brand for over 30 years, and takes on a more hipster stylish approach, with each piece of footwear having it’s own individual styling and personality. I grabbed a pair of my favourite from the collection, which are called Solo.
Nikehave revealed a pair of trainers which I think look pretty sweet! The Air Max 95 Pony Hair Pack reimagines the iconic silhouette, and takes inspiration from one of Australia’s native birds, the Gouldian finch. The colours are prominent in the design, with hues including red, yellow and green covering the sides, blue to the toe cap, with black leather upper and white midsole, I think these colours work so well together and it really is a statement pair of trainers.
The Premium Air Max 95 Pony Hair pack are available now from selected retailers for £125.
Adidasare set to release another pair of trainers in partnership with one of the football teams they sponsor again, Manchester United. Last year the brand with the three stripes released their Stretford trainers, and this year they’re all set to release a brand new limited edition pair of trainers, inspired by Man Untied legend Sir Bobby Charlton, called the Ashington. If you’re wondering about the name, it’s named after where Bobby Charlton comes from, up North near me, in a place called Ashington in Northumberland.
The trainers are styled on boots worn by the great man back in his playing days, and come with leather upper, gum sole and a classic Adidas silhouette. The leather uppers are accompanied by the infamous three stripes, along with gold branding and detailing including on the laces. The backs of the trainers have not been forgotten, with the trademark red devil being present in an embossed style on the right heel of the shoe.
You’ll be able to get your own pair when they are released on Thursday 27th October. They’re priced at £89.95 and will be available in limited quantities at Adidas stores and selected other shops too.
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