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The second of WeSC‘s massive fall drop at Karmaloop is certainly Not Safe For the Weak – weak of heart, weak of mind, weak of style. That said, if you’re looking for the same old-same old, tired, played-out styles and designs you’ve become accustomed to since junior high, read no further and consider checking out the bullshit Southpole, Ecko and Ed Hardy that Dr. Jay’s is trying to move.

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WeSC brought back the 59Fifty hats this season, and we’re stoked on some of the minor tweaks – the Overlay logo looks like it has been tightened up a bit, the 3D embroidery feels more embellished and the addition of some accenting colors was a great move by these fancy Swedes. And if we may, allow us to introduce you to the latest pattern conceived by the Superlative Conspiracy – the sneaky Dog’s Tooth (above right). From afar, the hat looks solid on it’s own with the fresh Oakland A’s colorway, but a closer glance or some different lighting reveals a forest green and aquamarine scattered-houndstooth special blend that’s killing us in it’s subtlety. The pattern color, here dubbed “Ultramarine,” is something we hope to see much more of from here on out.

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You know how WeSC does with it’s sweatshirts – 70% cotton + 30% polyester = 100% comfortable. No fuckin’ around with shrinkable, 100% cotton for this classy Nordic outfit, and that added polyester gives these joints some extra strength, durability and breathability for those all day skate sessions, outdoor music festivals and the last few rooftop parties of the year – especially the roof deck jams, have you ever seen the face women make after slipping into one of these? The next thing she’ll be slipping into is your bedsheets, dude (remember: maintain eye contact, keep nodding, say “oh, I know, what a bitch” and offer her one of these if she looks cold. Fail proof).

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Loving this shit. WeSC has been putting out the absolute freshness with it’s colorblock schemes over the years, and folks just keep on keepin’ on. The Jocke Tee (above left) is here in white, navy, red as well as brown, white and aqua colorways, each swanky in and of itself. But it’s The Marker Check Placement Tee that’s slaying us like helpless horror-flick victims. The big, broad, faux-marker strokes in black, red and aqua is a dope color combination with this innovative idea, and keeping the print lower left was crucial. Not to mention there’s a grip of new adidas that would complement this banger nicely…

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We touched on The Marwin Selvadge denims earlier in the week for those of you who prefer a looser fit – but The Slim Selvadge are where it’s at as far as fit goes. Give ‘em some time to truly break in and thank WeSC later for getting you out of Levi’s forever (yeah, we’re converts). The Slims have a slightly brighter raw wash than anything we’ve seen in seasons past, and coupled with two different contrast stitches in brown and gold on the blue joints, allowing these ragers the vintage aesthetic that the WeSC fall line strives for (mission: accomplished).

Another great, big, winning fall drop from The Superlative Conspiracy – click our dude Jason Lee’s porno stash on the banner below to check it out.

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