One of the most popular brands on the Thomas Gun
website which many celebrities have been
spotted wearing is the increasingly globally known streetwear brand Sik Silk. One of the biggest celebrities to date which has been spotted wearing Sik Silk on several occasions is 50 Cent! He even posted a picture to his personal Instagram of him wearing the Roses Baseball Jersey alongside the mayor of Montego Bay as well as making several public appearances in the black Rose Curve Hem tee! When 50 Cent is wearing your clothing, that’s when you know you’ve made it. So why not take a leaf of his Fiddy’s book and try your hand at styling a sick Sik Silk tee. Step up the game from the iconic chest piece of roses on the Sik Silks trademark to tees to the ‘Rose Full Racer Curved Tee’, this t-shirt is a simple, longer fit tee with the brands well known curved hem, however with the rose print in almost a racerback shape down the spine of the tee. I would also opt for a white colour as opposed to the black; I mean, it is supposed to be summer!
Another option for that celeb style look this SS15 comes from Gaz Beadle from Geordie Shore, and his relatively new clothing brand 11 Degrees
! This summer, a definite must-have is the ‘Paisley 11 Logo Tee’ in white. You’re probably all aware by now that I’m mostly a fan of the monochrome palette and simple tees
, and this particular tee sits just slightly outside of that comfort zone. The paisley print touch on the ’11’ logo and roll-ups on the sleeves still fits in with the minimal colouring but adds something a little bit extra for that celebrity look. Gaz and many of his mates are always seen out in various 11 Degrees tees, and you could soon look like you would fit right in with them with this Paisley 11 Logo Tee.
So, continuing with the theme of clothing a little outside my comfort zone, the Serge DeNimes ‘Vintage Stripe Tee’ in a muted blue is the third choice for a celebrity inspired look this summer. The founder of the brand is of course Oliver Proudlock, former star of E4 reality show Made In Chelsea. And if anyone knows about celebrity style, it’s him. He’s surrounded by them from his friend back in Chelsea, to those he made through the programme to now the huge variety of kinds of people he has been lucky enough to meet and get to know through the establishment of his brand. So I would heed his advice which he is conveying through his recent collection – a clean aesthetic with sharp shapes, simple prints and a muted colour palette is what makes a wearable, celebrity-inspired wardrobe.