SALE PICKS – THE UNCONDITIONAL FIN T-SHIRT

I touted many a time about my love for Unconditional. Their signature loose, draped and shoulder bearing garments are right up my street. The other great thing is of course is you’re still able to purchase all their “archive” pieces online at discounted prices.

So why not snap up a bargain with this pure cotton, oversized and asymmetric Fin T-Shirt. I was opting for the grey but I think the dirty/chalky white colour will look great this summer. *desperately searches couch for pennies and pounds.*

Available for £79 £55 from Unconditional

Side Note: To avoid comparisons with the most irritating contestant I’v ever seen, I won’t be wearing it in this country should I choose to purchase it!

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MY DOUBLE LAYER WHITE T-SHIRT FROM UNCONDITIONAL

I used to find there was a variety of womenswear, the shapes and cuts of which were deemed not “masculine” enough to be translated into menswear. That’s where I was lucky enough to come across UK brand Unconditional 2 years ago, and since then, I’ve come to both own and fall deeply in love with their signature drape, asymmetric cuts and “rock n’ roll” edge, which effortlessly blur that fine line between the genders, while retaining that all important air of masculinity.

The T1S Double Layer White T-Shirt I’m wearing above, I believe was from their Spring/Summer 2010 collection and is unfortunately now unavailable. However, there are plenty of great options on their website that will more than satisfy your drape and *whispers* “girls get all the good stuff” craving…

So while I plan to find a money tree so I can go and buy more of their product to photograph myself in, you can purchase both their present and past collections on the Unconditional website.

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UNCONDITIONAL SPRING/SUMMER 2013 – LONDON FASHION WEEK

I’ve loved Unconditional for years and I surprisingly even loved this show, despite the fact  the brand is changing and evolving into something much more clean and understated.

Check out the images from the Unconditional Spring/Summer 2013  show at London Fashion Week, with some of my key notes on colours and influences below.

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BE BOLD IN BAROQUE WITH UNCONDITIONAL

While on my never ending search for items to help my wardrobe translate the popular womenswear trends this autumn/winter into menswear, I came across these brilliant baroque style t-shirts from Unconditional.

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