Fenchurch at Rock Style
This Autumn, Winter season we bring you a brand new range of Fenchurch T-shirts and Hoodies with Fenchurch Clothing back on the racks at Rock Style. Formerly a Road and a station Fenchurch Clothing was created back in 2000 by a couple of skater friends looking to create a style of clothing that displayed their creative skate culture to a wider audience. The brand quickly gained popularity and 10 years later is a major player in the fashion world. With a range of clothing from T-shirts to Hoodies, Jackets and Jeans you are bound to find something that suits your style from this passionate skater brand!
We have taken some of our favourite styles from this season to head off this seasonal transition, find in store the Fenchurch Harston Sweat with an oversized print in Bright Blue or the Leyton Hooded sweat in black featuring the Fenchurch logo in bold print on the shoulder. After a little more, how about the Washington Zip up hooded sweat with an oblique graphic icon print on the shoulder available in a grey marl. Perhaps it’s a bit more colour your after, no problem with the Compactor Sweat hood in Tomato red, certainly a bold shade but suitable for anyone. It has a soft raised rubber print along the chest.
After some T-shirts from the world famous skater brand? Well try the seasonal Word T-shirt, in various colours its always a good bet with the Fenchurch logo in print across the chest. Liked the sound of the Compactor Hood, then try the T-shirt in Grey Marl it’s a sure fire winner. Another dead cert is the Galinor T-shirt in black it contains a broken logo across the chest to check it out, another style we liked a lot was the Crumble tee in white it features the Fenchurch logo in large print on the chest in the style of a crumbling arch, designed by Rich Browd. Waikiki, no not the Hawaiian beach although we wouldn’t mind its another shoulder printed logo t-shirt, perhaps named because the brand logo is perhaps taking on the form of a palm branch, but that’s only what we think. Needless to say we are suitably excited for this season, the next big step is Spring summer 2011 but lets not get ahead of ourselves!