Wacko Maria and Nike reign supreme and the streetwear greats are called upon to offer their best summer shirts in this weeks round-up from the apparel store.
Wellgosh knows that your wardrobe is in need of a summer update. So, for their latest round-up, they have called upon all of your favourite streetwear brands to star in the ultimate summer fashion line-up. From Nike and Wacko Maria taking centre stage with their timeless summer staples to brands such as Carhartt WIP and Stussy meeting in shirt and short combos, take a look below to get all of the summer fashion inspiration you will ever need…
What better way for Wellgosh to start off their round-up than with a classic offering in the form of Nike Huaraches. Donning a timeless 90s white, purple and mango colourway, the Air Huarache (£105) is a staple for any summer wardrobe. Or, if a re-worked classic is what you are after, the Nike Huarache OG ‘London’ (£125) blends textured and black hues resulting in a highly versatile shoe.
Nike Offline 2.0
Should you be in search of an elevated and slightly quirky take on the slider this summer, the Nike Offline 2.0’s (£115) are the shoes for you. Blending the features synonymous with a Nike trainer, including lace adjustments and mesh construction, with an exposed cork midsole and mule-inspired silhouette, the black and sandy white accessories are the perfect open-toed option should you want to try out the socks and sandals look this year.
Nike Air Max 90 QS
Nike is the brand you can always count on to offer bold footwear, and, this is exactly what they have done with their latest drop. Sustainability and style meet with the Nike Air Max 90’s (£125) as the 20% recycled materials are manipulated to feature block mustard and red colours as well as strawberry and swoosh-adorned patches.
Offering bold branding and a monochrome colour palette is the contemporary streetwear brand Thisisneverthat. Their crisp T-Logo T-Shirt (£37) and breathable nylon DSN Supplex Shorts (£75) are the perfect pairing for a put-together look that is elevated by details such as a built-in utility belt and statement lettering. Should you want more of a daring garment, the brand also offers its Paisley S/S Shirt (£82) which makes up for its lack of colour with an intricate print. And, for accessories, the brand also showcases its SFX 1 Mini Bag. Made from a complimentary CORDURA® nylon material, the one-zip pouch is a go-to for storing your wallet and keys on those weekend trips to the bars and pubs.
While the Tokyo-based brand Wacko Maria is known for their noisy prints, for their latest drop they have stripped things back. The US Body Crew Neck Pocket T-Shirt (£75) offers some of the brand’s signature artistic flair in the form of its melting logo motif, all the while standing as a simple cotton garment. The re-imagined Army Shirt (£305) follows in a similar style. Crafted from durable cotton in an inky black hue, the shirt is muted at first glance, but, a look at its back will offer the brand’s bold lettering and naked bodies galore.
Vans x Wacko Maria
And, the Wacko Maria feature on this week’s round-up continues as Wellgosh showcases the brand’s collaboration with Vans. As an ode to music lovers, the pair unveil Vans Vault UA OG Authentic LX X Wacko Maria (£63) which is adorned with record motifs and fuses candy pink with statement black, culminating in the perfect streetwear foot choice.
In a bid to offer their shoppers range, Wellgosh have called upon some of their favourite streetwear brands to put forward their best summer shirts. Daring prints work their way into the round-up in the form of the leafy Carhartt WIP S/S Hinterland Print Shirt (£100) and the playfully chequered Doman Open Collar H/S Shirt (£254) from Sasquatchfabrix. And, if simplicity is what you are after, Universal Works offer their Road Shirt (£125) which features a white ring pattern layered over the deep navy garment. All crafted from cotton or cotton blends, the shirts promise breathability, comfort and style all at once.
To match the shirts, Wellgosh ends their round-up with an array of weather-appropriate shorts. Whether it’s Stussy’s loud Brushed Cotton Mountain Shorts (£85) in red and blue plaid print or the understated Needles Basketball Shorts (£140) and Thisisneverthat’s Mesh Zip Pocket Shorts (£82), all of your favourite brands are ensuring that the entirety of your outfit is summer-appropriate with these bottom-half picks.