This week’s Wellgosh Wears showcases a versatile look for a plethora of different occasions, with a smart-casual vibe. The lightweight overshirt from Left-Hand showcases the brand’s love for technical fabrics. It upholds Massimo Osti’s vast legacy of creating contemporary, high-quality pieces with intricate detailing and speciality dyeing processes. This shirt has a clean, minimalist design with a concealed button closure, organic cotton and recycled nylon construction with two pouch chest pockets and a dual metal button closure. The Patch Pocket long-sleeve t-shirt also boasts an organic cotton construction with a rich, garment-dyed finish; contrasting with a dyed nylon shoulder panelling with a zippered pocket and an embroidered logo.
Selvedge denim has long been a go-to for jeans lovers that want to add that little something extra to their look, and for this outfit, we’ve turned to southern-Japanese quality and detail specialists, OrSlow. The 105 takes inspiration from Ichiro Nakatsu’s personal clothing archive with military and heritage garments from vintage to modern, with a casual regular fit leg, a 13.05oz Japanese denim construction, a vintage brand patch and contrast stitching. These jeans are built to last, and crafted to look better the more they’re worn. On foot, a neutral and classic silhouette from the 2017 Adidas archive has been updated with a clean suede upper, the classic three-stripe motif in a tonal finish and a contrasting gold metallic print. The OrthoLite® sock liner makes these kicks comfortable to wear all day long, finished with a rubber outsole and a secure lace-up closure.
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