Lyle and Scott Vintage

London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) March 06, 2009 -- Add to that all the fine Spring Summer garments we have been delivered lately and the cold days of December and January seem a million miles away. As it happens, we have some new bits and bobs to tell you about.

Just in today and straight on the site is the latest gear from Lyle and Scott. Now, when we saw this back in August 2008, we were like "they have hit the nail on the head with that fisherman’s jacket" and now we have it here at When We Were Casual HQ and you know what...we were right, they have 100% only gone and hit the nail on the head with that jacket. Along with a rather splendid gingham short sleeve shirt, the updated classic cagoul and blinding cotton short, this is, in our humble opinion, the best offering from Lyle and Scott to date. Check it out Click Here

Also just in, Lee Gold Label raw, super tough jeans with gold selvedge Click Here especially for the real denim connoisseurs amongst you. We have received a super lightweight waxed Barbour Beaufort jacket in navy Click Here and rustic Click Here ...feast your eyes on officially the lightest waxed fabric ever produced by Barbour!...and all made in England as well.

We assure that you will be hearing from us next week when we get a lorry load of the best clobber from Scandinavia turning up at our gaff.

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Mark Batista When We Were Casuals 101 Studio Ltd t/a When We Were Casuals 270 Hackney Road London E2 7SJ United Kingdom 0845 643 5265

About When We Were Casuals

[http://WWW.WHENWEWERECASUALS.COM] is Christopher Dacey and Mark Batista. Both grew up during the 80's in the midst of the explosion of European Sportswear into the lives of young, working class, and British football fans.

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