London-based retail group, Weekend Offender, has released a new line for A/W 2013. This season Weekend Offender took inspiration from the 80s pop and Mod cultures. This is seen in the cool tones and the clean, sharp and functional silhouettes.
Along with an array of blue tones, Weekend Offender incorporates the traditional fall colors of reds, yellows and greens. As a means of contrasting the rest of the line, watermelon has a large color presence this season.
Weekend Offender offers various styles, which accommodates all consumers’ tastes. There are traditional graphic tees, or there are graphic tees and polo shirts that have a pattern scattered across the body of the fabric.
For those who may be uncomfortable standing out with a vibrantly pattered shirt, opt for a shirt like Cliff Navy. This solid colored shirt has a contrasting breast pocket, which allows consumers to take small steps in the graphic direction. Another introductory option is the Lennon Navy or Harrison Bordeaux as both have solid bodies and an attention-grabbing collar.
Weekend Offender’s A/W 2013 line does an excellent job of appealing to a young, athletic generation with its colors, fit and available apparel.
By Madison Fertell