Styles Of The Month | March 2018

Each month we will be choosing three pieces from our carefully curated range which we love. The great news: these pieces will see a small discount within that month only to help you build your wardrobe to maximum effect.





The '#utility #workwear style' has been incredibly popular in Japan for quite some time, pairing staple modern shirts with oversized khaki combat pants, add a flat cap and you're good to go! This particular style has been making big waves in the fashion industry recently, so expect it to hit the big time by SS19.

The Realm & Empire Raglan Sleeve Overshirt shows this utility style with pride.  These guys take their inspiration from visits to the Imperial War Museum archives to re-create styles from that period.  All their garments are made in the UK and every item has it's own unit issue number.  This overshirt's simple design teamed up with the cargo pocket and zip fastening add a twist. Perfect for use as a shirt or over a tee.


#2 Marcus Oakley X Firmamento | Surfer Tee (Exclusive) £65 / NOW £45


Working Title is always a fan of mixing art with fashion so it's no surprise that the '#MarcusOakley screen printed surfer tee' is one of our chosen pieces. These super cool stickmen tees are from Firmamento in Barcelona and exclusive to us in UK.  With often only 5 pieces made available, you'll certainly be niche in a crowd. Perfect for your summer hols, team up with a pair of jean shorts and flip flops and rock the summer holiday look!


#3 Anerkjendt | Porcupine Shirt £60 / NOW £50



Different: a word muttered within Working Title's brick and mortar store on a daily basis! We strive to find as many different pieces as possible and Anerkjendt from Denmark always hit the jackpot. If it's not parrots, it's bees and if it's not bees it's Porcupines. This incredibly fun shirt is perfect for the upcoming pub garden meets or parties, showing you're not afraid to rock animal chic.  The ladies or gents will love you for it.

Until April...





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