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80s Casuals

80's Casuals Strange Town T-Shirt Feature Image 01/05/2018
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80s Casuals- The Original Terrace Brand

80s casuals is a perfect example of a clothing brand for the people from the people. Hailing from Liverpool in the North West of the UK, 80s Casuals is a simple brand with a statement. Today at Stuarts London we explore their SS18 offerings. Read more about Spring/Summer 2018 releases on our blog. 80s Casuals was founded by Dave Hewitson in 2003, inspired by the golden age of the “casuals culture”- the 1980’s. Ever since their nostalgia inspired inception the menswear brand have been churning out original designs, focusing almost exclusively... Read More

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Anyone for Polo? | Mens Summer Fashion Polo Shirt

Polo Shirts for SS13 Where did it all start, the famous Polo shirt. No longer just part of the preppy style, the polo is now probably one of the most important part of a man’s wardrobe. Since it was invented in 1929 by Rene Lacoste, founder of the  crocodile-bearing brand, the versatile Polo shirts for men have remained popular and has gone from strength to strength. Part of the Mod scene in the 60-70’s, the mod look is definitely a statement style without having to go full-on to the preppy style and looks.... Read More

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Adidas Originals Olympics Team GB Archive Collection from 1984

Adidas Originals have re-issued a very limited edition collection of the “Official Team GB” outfit worn at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics. Celebrating the 2012 Olympics this year, the collection is made up of T-shirts, Track & Field jacket, a warm-up cagoule , and a three piece footwear collection. Daley Thompson will be very pleased to see this collection and the fact that one of the T-shirt has his old number marked on it “398” is a fantastic tribute to the all-rounder super athlete. Trainers consist of two main tribute... Read More

80’s Casuals

The T-shirt evolved from undergarments used in the 19th century T-shirts, as a slip-on garment without buttons, originally became popular in the United States when they were issued by the U.S. Navy. Named the T-shirt due to the shape of the garment’s outline, they soon became popular as a bottom layer of clothing for workers in various industries, including agriculture. The T-shirt was easily fitted, easily cleaned, and inexpensive, and for this reason it became the shirt of choice for young boys (perhaps more the choice of their mothers than... Read More