The archetypal, nomadic British traveller is someone who is well versed in the ‘90s rave scene: oversized sweatshirts, hoodies and T-shirts adorned with pub inspired, hand-drawn graphics with punk style puns and slogans like “Whizz”, “Rush” and “Speed”. Not to mention, bright-coloured and PVC-belted trench coats, and knitwear with bright graphic neons, psychedelic pub prints and punk distressed mohairs. On the other hand, he is also donned in suits with mismatched wool tailoring, such as waistcoats with military or utility styling replacing the blazers, paired with trousers with either a slim silhouette with a cuffed finish, or big and baggy.
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