If you hadn’t guessed from the blog picture, Zach’s got an eye for the finer things (and supreme quality) showcased in his Wellgosh Wears outfit. Let’s start at the beginning, with the beautifully embroidered Maharishi Dragon Cap, created as part of the ‘Art Of War’ collection from the London-based streetwear OG’s. This 6 panel cap has intricate embroidery in the form of the metallic dragon motif to the front and the tasteful scripted logo at the rear. Next up, a crisp white tee from a shop-favourite, Cav Empt. This tee has the unique oversized boxy fit the Japanese brand has become known for, with a dual spellout logo on the shoulders and a recycling logo print with the Ziggurat Cav Empt logo carved out of the top arrow. How do you compliment a t-shirt such as this? With an overshirt from another Japanese heavyweight, Needles. The C.O.B Classic Shirt is a stitched blend of polyester, rayon and linen giving the shirt a textured finish with an uneven plaid print and raw unfinished hem with the perfect amount of fraying. The relaxed Cuban collar and button down fastening gives us real Tony Soprano-meets-Scarface mob vibes.
You’re gonna want to keep a top half like this dry, and the Nanamica GORE-TEX Cruiser Jacket features two-layer waterproofing with a design based on US military grade jackets featuring a dry yet breathable twill and GORE-TEX construction. The large dual flap pockets provide plenty of space for your valuables, with side pockets in the seams to keep your hands dry. The oversized hood has a peaked design, which works perfectly with the flat peak of the Maharishi cap that Zach has chosen. Unfortunately, we couldn’t link you to the OrSlow trousers that Zach is wearing, as they were too popular to hold a stock of and have now gone to their rightful home! We do, however, have a great collection of other OrSlow trousers to choose from which are just as versatile and well made. Finally, we’ve got a real crowd divider on foot in the form of the Nike Be-Do-Win, a block colour moccasin-trainer hybrid made with recycled materials as a part of Nike’s “Move To Zero” campaign. This silhouette looks amazing on foot, based on a classic 1980’s design and is surprisingly easy to style with jeans, work pants or sweatpants.
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