The Leicester-based store is recruiting Nike and Reebok to lead their list of must-have fashion picks for the month.
If you’ve been to outdoor pubs and restaurants in the past week, you’ll know that while the feeling of freedom is practically euphoric, the freezing weather isn’t. Well, fear not, Wellgosh is here to bring you some of their most stylish, weather-friendly clothing. The Leicester-based clothing store – which has featured various streetwear brands in their store since 1988 – have put together a list of their top streetwear deals that will help you as we go through a change of seasons. From Nike sneakers to Reebok collaborations to Cav Empt fleeces, this is what we love …
The Wacko Maria brand, inspired by the 1950s, kicks off our range. Offered in an ivory shade and featuring leopard-print inserts, the brand presents its 50’s jacket (Type-5) (£ 490). Crafted from mid-weight cotton and a sporty cupra lining, the jacket epitomizes functionality and style, making it the perfect addition to your out-of-town looks during the seasonal transitions we are currently experiencing. And, if you’re still looking for some extra layers, Wacko Maria has her Heavyweight Hoodie (Type-3) as well (£ 235) available in a deep forest green.
Reebok x A $ AP Nast
Famous hip hop collective A $ AP Mob is all about style, which means we’re here for any collaboration they come up with. This is most certainly the case with the Reebok x A $ AP Nast CL Legacy sneakers (£ 85). Comprised of layered suede segments – in a lilac and sand brown colourway – the shoe is sleek and comes with a chunky sole that provides a layer of comfort – while mimicking style. As the shoe is A $ AP Mob approved, we will definitely take a pair.
It’s all about the sole when it comes to the latest offerings from Nike. For the Nike OverBreak SP (£ 125) – which sport a textured wedge sole in White – provides maximum comfort and a few extra inches for those who wear them while the soft oranges provide a background for the Nike Neptune Green tick in the body of the shoe. If you don’t like them, we also have the Nike Air Huarache ‘Escape’ sneakers (£ 105). Offered in a range of earthy hues with a chunky white sole, Leather Trailers are understated in nature, making them a staple in your wardrobe. With streetwear emulating a philosophy where fat is definitely better, they are definitely at the top of our shopping list.
Next in the style line is Needles with their mustard track jacket (£ 290). With brown stripes on the sleeves and a subtle butterfly motif, this jacket – and the accompanying bottom – offers unparalleled comfort and streetwear sensibility for those of you who aren’t ready to swap outfits yet. loungewear for pub outfits. If the orange co-ord is too daring for your liking, the brand also offers a stylish black pair in the form of its short-sleeved work shirt (£ 160) and HD pants (£ 205) which are both exaggerated in structure and underestimated in nature. Whether you’re looking to channel some even serious Robert Pattinson energy or looking for an effortless co-ord for your Friday night outings, Needles has you covered.
We don’t know about you, but following last week’s pub crawl, we need to prepare to endure the frosty April evenings again. Fortunately, Cav Empt has a solution to our problem. Presenting their empty half-fleece sweater (£ 210), deep navy blue clothing exudes comfort and warmth. With the brand’s infamous logo on the left sleeve in the form of a candy-red rubber path, practicality comes first, as a sturdy half-zip and chest pocket adorn the front. In addition, the brand also offers its Empt Furry Back Softshell (£ 280). Featuring a full zipper and a bold black shade, this will give you extra versatility if you experience a flurry of hot weather. Whatever your preference, you’ll definitely be dreaming of these comfy clothes at 10pm this Friday night as you kiss the lock up, so we suggest you take a look at them now.
Shirts, do you remember? Well, if you don’t, Human Made is here to remind you. The Japanese streetwear brand completes the line with its crisp striped shirt (£ 235). Adorned with fine white and blue stripes, the garment is designed to perfection and features two chest pockets and the brand’s adorable heart logo. And, to go with it, Human Made offers a pair of ribbed socks with a heart logo (£ 25) – because let’s face it, we all wore weird socks last year. So whether you’re on your first date after lockdown or trying to re-enter the socializing scene, these pieces will keep you looking suave and sophisticated during the spring and summer months.