Hello and good evening, this is my second dedicated post featuring (I'm going to say it) the most favourite brand I've ever discovered via Instagram - Good Morning Keith. If you want to know more about the brand you can see my first post on the Parisian, 70's clothing line at the bottom of this one.

Hopefully you caught the first post, so let's kick this new one off, I wanted this post to be as 70's inspired as possible and to reflect the uber-cool vibe the brand already portrays online. With the location picked and the tee they kindly gifted me styled, I was ready to go, and lucky to bag myself one of Manchester's finest photographers - introducing my mate Deniss.

I've not collaborated with a photographer for my blog shoots for quite a while now, so working with the main man was something refreshing, bringing in new idea's and ways we could make this shoot look as cool as possible. Deniss brought a selection of his old lens's and we snapped this group of photographs last Saturday morning after overloading ourselves with coffee.

The t-shirt I want to show you all is GMK's 'LOVE' tee which is 100% organic and made in France's capital city Paris. I wore this with one of their super delicate 'Mick' bandanna's, hand finished by Paulette herself to give my outfit the ultimate vintage style. This bandanna is stitched around the hem and a GMK logo sits proudly on the right side of the tie.

The love tee has some super cool furry 70's velvet lettering and gives the tee an extra dimension not to mention a seventies 'stroke ability'. I also decided to roll the sleeves of my t-shirt up very slightly, as this adds a small touch to the very simple outfit, worn with black skinnies and pointed heeled boots I think it made for a sweet vintage styled look.

I love this new part of Manchester I found myself in. Leaving my flat, I'm discovering more and more about this part of the city. Its  one of the best locations I've found in the city for a while, as you can see, some are photographed A LOT! It even rained a little just before we started the shoot meaning the cobble stones and surrounding's looked even better especially in my normal b&w.

I've known of GMK since late last year and I can say it is one of the coolest brands out there, definitely one of those to watch out for in the future. The models, videos, photographs, quality of garments and general cool that seems to ooze out of everything Good Morning Keith produce.

If you've not already, head across to their website to find out more and support this epic small business! To see more of the t-shirts and accessories I was given click below and watch my YouTube.

Check out my first Good Morning Keith post here -
Good Morning Keith

Check out Deniss' website here -


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