IF your jeans, shirts and jumpers are looking tired (like ours are) then you might want to check out the Weird Fish AW15 range.
For AW15, the Cotswold-based fashion brand has crafted their clothes with earthy colour palettes – colours like olive green, conker brown and frost grey.
Men should check out the Macaroni sweatshirt (an ongoing favourite) and for AW15 it’s on sale in the autumnal colours of liquorice and jester red.
The brand has also created a new style of Macaroni sweatshirt – one for its activewear range – it’s the same design, just made out of breathable, lighter-weight fabric and has active fit panels.
John Stockton, the managing director at Weird Fish says that Autumn has always been one of his favourite seasons.
“Our new collection provides the clothing essentials needed for our unpredictable climate,” he says. “Our ready-to-wear high-quality items provide our customers with comfort and style”.
One such item to deal with the unpredictable climate that John talks of, is the new Agnetha showerproof jacket (£50) for women (main picture). This navy fishtail Parka jacket might well have a ditsy, daisy print, but there’s a storm flap with poppers to keep out the coldest autumnal rain shower. It’s also light enough to be used as a packaway.
Men can go for the very well-cool-named Starfighter dark navy jacket (£50 and pictured below). Its lightweight, breathable and waterproof, with a hood, fully taped seams and a Velcro storm flap over the zip to help keep the wind and rain out. Throw on the Alfie check long sleeve shirt (£40) underneath and you’ve pretty much sorted your outfit for a weekend of adventuring. Also check out the Bromley checked shirts (£30 each and great colours). Be sure to check out the Polperro Showerproof gilet at just £40 too.
The AW15 collection is now available in-store and online with prices ranging from £13 – £99.
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