TIGHA AW20









Hey guys, hope you're all good this fine Sunday evening. Tonight I want to talk to you all about some of my favourite items from Tigha's new AW20 collection. I've been working with the brand over the last two months and have one final month to go on our current collaboration. The new pieces I've been gifted are super cool, hence why, I'm sharing them across on my blog for you guys to take a look and to get a feel for the brand.









At the beginning of the month I received two killer leather jackets from the brand, some super cool trousers, a sweet pair boots and an awesome white Oxford shirt. The two leathers are my favourite pieces from Tigha's AW20 collection. The quality of all the items are second to none from the materials they use, to their attention to detail. The jackets have chunky fastening zippers with branded logo's, however, everything with Tigha's branding is very subtle and understated.




I dressed the second leather jacket look up with Tigha's black skinny jeans which I actually received in a previous collaboration. I've worn these jeans so much they've sort of turned into my go-to's, I wear pretty much everyday! The Morten and Morty jeans you can find across online are super similar to the ones I wear here. I can throughly recommend them as a killer skinny jean, their fit, feel and branding is awesome, they have a little elastic stretch to them for added comfort plus the colour & distress marks on the denim is exactly what I look for!






The second jacket I chose is this bomber, granted, it isn't a piece I'd normally go for, you know me I'm a biker guy through and through, so this jacket makes for a welcome change to my wardrobe staples. It has a twist on the traditional style as the body of the jacket is made from a black wool fibre material. The sleeves and back of the shoulders of the jacket as well as the bottom of the hem are made from a super smooth, light leather, the jacket also has one detail breast pocket and tassel cuff zips and single fastening button on the neckline. I love the subtly and versatility of this jacket, its quite a casual style as you can see I've gone for more of an understated laid-back look.







You can check Tigha out by clicking here plus you can watch my YouTube where you can see the items in more detail, plus a peak of the film I created for the brand, which should be across on my Instagram to watch in full tonight too.


As always cheers for reading,
Love & Peace

Photographs by Dan Graham




THE RUFFLE SHIRT





As promised we have quite an unusual shirt to take a look at this evening, I agree, it's very out there, very feminine and to be honest, I haven't quite made my mind up just yet. However, since it was only £25 it was well worth the gamble, right? I wore this in a video I posted on Instagram a few days back and everyone seemed to like it then, so I'll take that as a good sign from you all that I can sort of pull it off!



This is the first piece of clothing I've bought for myself in months, I feel like I've forgotten how to shop, it's been that long! I bought this shirt in a small and it fits great, the light sheer fabric isn't for all but, as you have probably figured out by now, I'm pretty comfortable wearing my shirts so far buttoned down, its like I'm not wearing one at all. However this particular shirt when buttoned up or down will reveal to everyone your wonderful nipples! That in mind, if freeing the nipple isn't your thing, this shirt probably isn't the one for you.




I wanted this look to look a little more western, as per, rather than your modern Gucci inspired look, as I said, this shirt is feminine, so the tucked in move was done tactically to butch this shirt up a little, make it look a little more boxy. I think my jewellery plays a strong part in this look as it adds character, I don't think this shirt would sit as well if it didn't have bold accessories to complete the outfit. I fear if this shirt was just paired with a pair of jeans on a clean cut guy, it would look a little too floaty and female.






A few years ago I don't think I would have ever worn a shirt like this, I don't normally follow trends but I do surprisingly like this shirt the more I look at it. It fits my seventies aesthetic, it verges into the western look which I also adore, plus its got that difference, that edge, that twist on your classic original shirt and that's what interests me.






Tell me what you guys think of the shirt, I'd love to know your thoughts is it a thumbs up or a thumbs down to a ruffle bib?

Check the shirt out across on Asos here

Cheers for reading,