For 100 years Dickies have been making unquestionably the best workwear, but once the skate and hip hop scenes cottoned on in the late 80’s the brand became a mainstay in popular culture.
Fast forward to today and they’re a serious powerhouse in streetwear. Not only have their trousers become a staple in the wardrobe of anyone with half a clue, they are constantly redefining their own classics. For their latest collection, they’ve taken a slice of 90s nostalgia think Cypress Hill meets Jonah Hill.The collection features bold statement garments from dungarees to work jackets and simple graphic tees with a lovely harmonious primary colour palette.
The return of striped jersey fabrics takes us elsewhere in the 1990s USA, with shades of Kurt Cobain and co whilst some simple yet eye-watering 90’s inspired graphic prints feature on their tees. This collection is all wrapped up in a nice oversize boxy fit. You don’t have to write rhymes or be able to flip a piece of wood with your feet to enjoy this collection.
Available to buy now at Dickies