Winter Sale Picks pt 1 - KINGS OF INDIGO

I've been a fan (albeit one with very few purchases under his belt) of Kings Of Indigo since it's inception some 5 years ago now. I also had the opportunity to speak briefly with Tony Tonnaer at Jacket Required a while back, and was greatly impressed with the man and his vision for the brand.

With the cold finally setting in here in the UK it's the perfect time to get your layers and outerwear sorted. Regular readers will know of my attempt to evangelise them with regards to the perfect sweatshirt, and K.O.I. have what it takes in their winter sale.

For men there's the Baldwin and the Baldwin Quality Wear models. Both differ slightly in detail but are similar enough with regards to fit. The first features front and back felt print and felt Indian badge. The latter has a chest artwork in off white chain stitch embroidery and a rich inside with ecru colored loops.
For the ladies there are also two design options available in the Reina model. The first features a Pop Corn rocket graphic, the second has the words Bad Ass in chenille embroidery on the chest.
The embroidery is inspired by the font used on the the cover of MAD magazine, an American satirical magazine from the fifties. My wife owns this sweatshirt and I can attest to it's exceptional quality.

No matter how many grey sweatshirts you have in your wardrobe, you can always have more. That's the gospel according to Bossman. Fun fact about the brand, all Kings of Indigo styles are named after Kings and Queens from the past, keeping their blue blood pumping. Pick up a piece of regal attire before it's too late via the K.O.I. online store HERE