Ben Sherman SS15 Denium Collection


Denim believe it or not was invented in Italy, this year the look is the classic faded worn denim, my self I love the classic indigo every day,  Here at Ben Sherman they offer the very best in denim pieces, from regular fit to slim & skinny fit, Ben Sherman are famous for The Original Button Up Since 1963., denim has declined over the last couple of decades, but thanks to new designers denim is back with vigour and is swankier more than ever.

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The key to wearing denim is matching it with stylish pieces, think of the denim as a blank canvas to add depth and contrast to your look add a great gingham shirt in a deep red, knit wear that’s ribbed in vivid striking colours, also brogues are the look for 2015, wearing stylish jeans with some shiny tan brogues is a classy but sartorial stylish look, for a French Parisian look wear a merino roll-neck sweater with a deep indigo denim jacket finished off with some grey tweed trousers, the looks and styles you can achieve is endless just be bold in choices.

The selection I’ve chosen covers many different styles to give you a wide choice to pick from, one of my favourite pieces is the Ben Sherman denim jacket its seriously stylish, then you have a choice of two shirts one a deep indigo classic shirt then a chic light Chambéry shirt in a classic fit, if their any pieces you like just click on the image to buy it.

13oz Dry Rub Jeans
Manipulated to give a slightly worn look our dry rub denim merges perennial jean construction with signature Ben Sherman detailing. The deliberate crease work and slim cut makes for a neat, worn-in silhouette. Features rear leather patch branding, striped cotton twill pocket bags and branded button fly. The hem can be turned up to show the fit-specific colour stitch detail. Turnmill slim fit Dry rubbed denim Leather patch branding on rear Cotton twill pocket bags Metal rivets Turned up hem with

13oz 3 Month Vintage Jeans – Slim
With a slightly broken-in feel our 3 month vintage denim offers a classic indigo wash with signature Ben Sherman details, for a refreshing appeal. The slim cut and worn-effect make these an effortlessly stylish addition to your wardrobe. Featuring rear leather patch branding, striped cotton twill pocket bags and branded button fly. The hem can be flipped over to reveal the fit-specific colour stitch detail. Turnmill slim fit 3 month vintage denim wash Leather patch branding on rear Cotton twill

11.2oz 6 Month Vintage Stretch Jeans
Combining a fashion forward skinny fit with 6 month aged vintage stretched denim this is a contemporary jean that hints at heritage. The streamlined cut offers a sharper finish. Features rear leather patch branding, striped cotton twill pocket bags and zip fly. Turn up the hem to show the fit-specific colour stitch detail. Dingley stretch skinny fit 6 month aged vintage denim wash Leather patch branding on rear Cotton twill pocket bags Metal rivets Turned up hem with stitch detail Branded front

The Turnmill Slim Leg Jeans
The Turnmill is a slim-fit jean with a regular rise, straight leg and slightly tapered leg opening. Crafted with premium 11oz stretch denim, they feature five pockets with striped pocket bags, a leather waistband label and expert construction throughout. Presented here in a 6-month vintage wash that has been reproduced from original Ben Sherman vintage pieces. Button fastening Button fly Red flatlock stitch detail on inner seam Rivet branding on waistband label

Rinse Wash Denim Jacket
A denim jacket has long been the essential item in any discerning man’s wardrobe. Our Rinse wash option has a deep indigo look that delivers a clean, contemporary aesthetic. Features a house check internal pocket, overlaid with a handwritten-style print of the Ben Sherman address; a clever brand twist. Also includes antique copper buttons and double pocket front. Denim jacket Rinse wash Antique copper buttons Internal chest pocket with Ben Sherman address print Double-pocket front

Denim Western Shirt
A stylish extension of the Ben Sherman denim range, our new western shirt has a sharp contemporary look with a traditional feel. The worn-in touches over the classic indigo rinse wash adds character and texture. Features a front placket and pockets with popper fastening, leather tab branded side seam and an internal house gingham trim. Button up to the top with the contrast corozo detail. Denim shirt Indigo rinse wash with worn-in texture Classic point collar Western yoke design Popper placket a

Plain Chambray Long Sleeve Shirt
A majestic year-round classic, our plain chambray long sleeve shirt is a wardrobe essential. Cut to our regular mod fit shape this stylish staple features a branded label chest pocket, one finger button-down collar and corozo buttons. For on-brand style team yours with turned-up denim jeans and a casual fashion boot. Plain chambray long sleeve Regular mod fit One finger button down collar Famous tab branded chest pocket Contrast colour inner back yoke Adjustable single cuff Corozo buttons

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Ben Sherman is a classic iconic British brand famous for their classic Oxford’s shirts and classic street wear, they still are one of the most stylish brands around that still offer unique stylish pieces.

By

Bob Redfern

BE BOLD BE PROUD

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