This week, David from Customer Service shares his eclectic easy-going style and his SurfStitch favourites with us!
1. Globe Blazer Cruiser – Clear Red. $179.99.
“You can’t forget the little portable ‘conveyor belt’ to get your from A to B.. Bear in mind you’ll probably end up detouring via C, D and E because you won’t want to get off this little weapon!!”
2. Stussy Basic Solid Rayon SS Shirt – Military. $59.95.
“Nice simple, classic shirt that will find itself appropriate in a world of different settings. Best coupled with a pair of dark jeans and a pair of dark Vans.”
3. Stussy Leopard Pigment Crew Fleece – Pigment Black. $89.95.
“This is top of the wish list; great washed colour, it goes with light and dark. Perfect weight to throw straight on after you get out of the surf for a hit of warmth this time of year. Also you’re in early for a winter filled with intimidating others with your ferocious leopard fleece. Just imagine revealing this bad boy from under your jacket, as if Clark Kent changing into his alter ego, when someone tries to swipe your juice box.. not happening Bud.”
4. Assembly Albatross Jacket – Rust. $129.95.
“As much as I deny it on a daily basis; the cooler months are approaching. This is a great number to throw over your shoulders as you’re leaving the office and headed to dinner to allow the early evening chill to sweep its exterior. Worn on top of a dark pair of chinos or jeans, the options of layering with loud patterns or keeping it neutral underneath actually open it to being a super diverse jacket (think earthy colours).”
5. Komono The Magnus Watch – Silver Burgundy. $119.95.
“This is the sort of watch that will hug your wrist and follow you from work to play to adventure and back again, it will complement your suit, or help to balance out those walkshorts you should have replaced a few years ago. That classic simple time telling watch that will still catch everyone’s eye.”
6. Stussy Printed Rayon SS Shirt – Blue. $79.95.
“Try and have a bad day when you’ve got fish on your shirt.”
“The photo I chose gets me out of my seat. I love seeing people taking ideas like this and floating them. It inspires me to run with new ideas as opposed to waiting for the water to be tested and missing the thrill of the risk. The barrier breakers will be the people with the stories worth hearing in the old folks home.”