Saturday, 11 June 2011

We all love Fred Perry






IT'S one big love in with the new Heritage range from Fred Perry and why not as the British icon looks set to cause a massive smash once again this sumer.

the new range really is something to drool over providing as it does some fine additions to the polo shirt range, with new shirts coming in the classic two button polo with the cult twin tips on the collars.

The new range provides all the expected quality but adds a little extra with some delicious new colours such as the light pink with royal blue and white tips is the stand out colour, just because it is such a new colours for the range, while my favourite is the oatmeal, which comes with a navy and French blue tip.

The classic white shirt comes with beige and green tips, and a green laurel, and the red shirt with grey and cream, of course the arms feature the tip is as well.

I could not help but fall in love with the oatmeal textured (checkerboard) shirt. The three button placket and nay arm tip, this top is subtle yet timeless, well for me it brings back the image of Jimmy in Quadrophenia when the MODs are all in the pub waiting to attend a party, for film buffs or nerds like me.

Anyway, the range also features an incredible striped blue and white polo which has nautical twist to it. the knitted, three button placket shirt has a crisp feel to it and I think it's one not only for the summer, but all year round.

The range also has number of shirts, with the Stewart tartan and Basketweave Madras of all the names, are superb with branded buttons and single chest pocket.

There are plenty more garments to drool over, but I will let the pictures do the talking in this case and the label in many ways needs no more introduction.