It maybe winter but there's always room for a palm print in my wardrobe. This however, is a little twist on a print with this pattern actually being woven into the shirts motif. This shirt is a sort of a mustard/green colour which I think I'm actually going to dye black, (that's if the material will let me). I really think this shirt oozes cool, no matter what colour it maybe at the moment, I've seen past it and hopefully will change it into something even better.

The colour not being top of my list, I also has to see past the horrendous shots of the shirt across on the website, I really feel like the way they've decided to style this shirt let it down a lot, so hopefully my photographs will do the shirt a little more justice and show you guys it's actually is pretty cool style, plus looks sweet dressed into an outfit.

It has a dark brown/black small button which fastens the shirt, but I think in the summer this is going to look awesome and I haven't even told you guys the best bit yet. This shirt is £12, I set myself a strict budget for Black Friday and well basically twelve pounds was pretty much my max, ha! What a sad state of affairs that is, however, even for that tiny budget I seem to have got something which looks awesome underneath my fitted blazer!

I found this shirt across on Topman's website marked down from £35, Bargain! Sadly I couldn't even justify the £4 for delivery and actually picked the shirt up from my closest store, desperate times call for desperate measures! The shirt still should be available now, if you want to check it out, I've left a link below.

You can check the shirt out here: Topman Palm Shirt

This shirt as well as a small catch up, features across on my YouTube channel now. As I've mentioned across on YouTube this is probably going to be my last post Pre-Christmas and maybe this year! (Lets see how things go), but I'd like to take this opportunity to thank you all for checking in, reading my posts and following my blog, it means a lot.

Wishing you guys an awesome Christmas & Happy New Year x



Hey guys, it seems like quite a while since I last checked in with you all over here on my blog. So, tonight I'm back with a classic style post. I've not posted that frequently of late, as life has sort of got in the way of what I like to do. Yes, the job search goes on - it's pretty dire when things aren't going your way, but you've just got to stick with it and see what happens, and that's precisely what I'm going to do.

With all this still on my mind, I thought it would be nice to get back  into things and focus my energy into something I know that works, my blog. 

You may have seen this t-shirt appear underneath a handful of jackets across on my Instagram, but I've decided to show you a little more of this killer rock n' roll tee that I was kindly given by Sinner & Saint on here too.

It's pretty awesome tee, it reminds me of the old American t-shirts from the 70's. I suppose that's just the ringer style, it screams vintage with the thick contrasting black bands around the neck and hem of the sleeves. I teamed this tee with my smooth black biker and a pair of skinnies, with an added leopard belt giving the outfit a little more detail and rock n' roll vibe, as well as dark aviator shades worn constantly to hide the hangover...

This new round neck t-shirt has become one of my favourites of the season, it fits with pretty much everything I wear it with and looks cool as fuck under any jacket or coat.

There's a small YouTube video for you all this week, where I talk a little more about this super sweet tee. Check it out by clicking below.

Click below to shop the shirt - 
Sinner & Saint's Rock & Roll Tee



Evening guys and welcome back to my blog. You may have seen this piece across on my Instagram, and it's the very sexy seventies flying jacket I picked up last weekend in London. What a beauty of a jacket it is, so much that it definitely deserved it's own post across on my blog! It was an unexpected purchase like any vintage find, but I knew as soon as I found it and threw it on that I couldn't leave it behind. There's nothing worse than buyers regret, am I right?!

So, fifty-five pound lighter - I walked out the shop in Carnaby with a jacket of legendary status. When looking in the mirror to try it on, it reminded me of something James Hunt would've worn, he'd turn up wearing a jacket like this to one of his races in an open top car in the early seventies, so with that picture in my head I couldn't not buy it. This is also the exact way I want to wear this jacket, it's the perfect vintage piece to fasten up and get comfortable in, before setting out on a cold winters morning drive in my classic car, especially with that thick collar pulled up at the back to keep me all wrapped up. 

The best part of this jacket (bar the matching fleece lined cuffs) is the three press stud clasps that secure the front. It feels quite medieval, but I can tell you now these unique fastenings do the job well.  I actually wore it around London pretty much straight away, as it was sunny yet cold when we visited so this standout jacket was the perfect thing to wear, and it also looked down right fucking cool teamed with a pair of dark aviator sunglasses.

It's an effortless piece to just throw on, and in my opinion it automatically makes you look like a seventies legend. The best thing is that this piece is vintage, so there's no way you'd be spotting someone else in the exact same piece. It has such an unusual design so I know it's going to get a lot of compliments, I've never seen a flying jacket like this and I'm super happy it's become a part of my wardrobe and an item I'm going to treasure for a very long time.

You can get a closer look at this jacket now across on my YouTube as I talk about this piece and my collection of other favourite pieces in my wardrobe tour part two. Click below to watch -