Bring Out your Beatnik with Wax London

Every time I write about this brand I have to resist the urge to use the phrase ‘wax lyrical’, but in this case I should probably make an exception. Taking a sartorial sojourn back to the middle of last century, this fetching overshirt channels the suave stereotype associated with the beatnik.

The fabric itself comes from an archive which dates back to that era, based in Portugal. That is also where this was made, and those guys are good with shirts aren’t they? I’d wear this all day long, probably with a turtleneck underneath and an onion on my belt, as that was the style of the time. </simpsonsquote>

Take a closer look at all Wax London gear here. It’s really very good.

Mark Smith

I had pizza for tea.

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