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this weekend I bought...

topshop duffle coat, AMAZING find, actually found this in the back of the Sue Ryder where I volunteer and squirrelled it away before it got chance to go out to the general public on the shop floor, it’s 80% wool so it’ll be amazingly toasty in winter, and it’s a size 12 😮 this is why I had reservations about it, I’m always buying stuff to ‘slim in to’ but this is a lovely fit, the only place it’s a bit squishy is the tops of my arms… anyway it was less than a tenner, I’ve hung it out on line and given it a good febreeze as it’s dry clean only and there’s only one in town and it’s super expensive 😩 336 more words


Fred Perry 2017 Fall/Winter Collection

The traditional symbol of mod culture, that continues to inspire many subcultures across the U.K, Fred Perry, is back with a new collection for Fall/Winter. 39 more words

Why You Should Wear A Coat All Year Round: Raf Simons Mods Parka

Believe it or not we’re now in August, which is peak coat buying season for England, in more ways than one. 414 more words


30 day photo challenge // #2 what i wore

today i’m wearing my nike stefan janoskis, white sports socks, brown work trousers, and a bright pink fred perry polo. i’ve been building up quite a collection of polo shirts these past couple of months, most of which are hand-me-downs from my dad. 95 more words

The alt-right’s Proud Boys love Fred Perry polo shirts. The feeling is not mutual.

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World Sports Hall of Fame 1937: Frank Burge, Johan Grottumsbraten, Sonja Henie and Fred Perry

My choices for the World Sports Hall of Fame for 1937 are:

Frank Burge (Australia – Rugby League) – one of the greatest forwards in the history of rugby league, who was noted for his scoring ability. 466 more words

Hall Of Fame

Fred Perry Decks Jakarta in UK Underground Fashion

The polo shirts adorned with the familiar laurel wreaths of the Fred Perry brand fill the racks of the boutique. Long known for iconic features like the wreaths, cuff and collar tipping that define the brand, their understated yet distinctive cut made them the garment of choice for British bands like Oasis and Blur, as well as youth movements inspired by British music like the Mods, suedeheads, and rude boys. 587 more words