Friday, March 11, 2016

Superdry summer

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It’s no secret that the past few days have been much warmer than the rest of the year’s first quarter. A few more weeks then there’s no denying the arrival of summer. No matter how much we resist, it’s better to embrace the season (I’m sure many of you have been sweating it out, anyway, at the gym to get your bodies beach-ready.)

What better way to acknowledge our country’s forever-tropical weather than to don the appropraite florals and foliage?


Above left: Floral Forage T-shirt, in green and pink hibiscus, £24.99; right: Hawaii Zip Hoodie, £54.99



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I have never been one to deny comfort. T-shirt weather is t-shirt weather. Why beat around the palm fronds? Just don’t forget your denim jackets for the unpredictable cold, breezy, and possibly rainy summer nights.


Above left: Palm Tiki T-shirt, £24.99; right: Razor Jacket, $170, which has inner pockets



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Like my mother and her mother before her, I’ve always been a water-baby. Used to be a lot darker when I was a kid because I spent almost the entire day in the water, or by the beach, playing with the sand.

My boyfriend has booked a few trips for us at the end of the year, one of which involves the water, and – gasp – rapids!


Above left: Skandia Surf T-shirt, with turned up sleeves, $50; right: Classics T-Shirt, finished with a Vintage Superdry Store logo tab, $50



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The trips were meant to be a surprise (after much effort queuing online for discount fares), even if I’d really rather be stuck in the city. Fresh air and a change of scenery, though, should always be welcomed.


Above left: Osaka 6 Photographic T-shirt, $50; right: Triple Stitch Worn Wash T-shirt, $50



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If you are planning any trips, don’t forget to pack your essentials, save up for shopping and site-seeing, and don’t forget your wits!


Above, from left: Urban Watch, which has a silicone strap and stainless steel buckle fastening, $50; Number 1 Co. T-shirt in red, $50; California Tarp Backpack, which includes multi-function compartments including a padded laptop sleeve, $110