Five bargains in the Anglozine Sale

Five bargains in the Anglozine Sale

Five bargains in the Anglozine Sale (image credit: Anglozine)

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Worth a close look at full price, here are five bargains in the Anglozine Sale you really should see. Get them before your size sells out.

Not that the rest of it is worth ignoring. Final discounts are now on at Anglozine, including its recent and rather wonderful Prisoner-inspired range of late.

Great quality, limited runs and designs that run a fine line (and impressive) line between modern and vintage. Inspired by the past, designed for the modern day. For me, it’s one of the best labels out there right now, so the sale is always worth a browse.

As I said, do check it all out, but to start you off, here are five of my sales favourites.

Five bargains in the Anglozine Sale

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Richmond wool trim jacket

All sizes are available for this timeless gem.

Made in London, this modern take on a golfing jacket look has an Olmetex cotton/polyurethane shell, with a dark grey wool mix trim on the collar and pocket edge, half lining, a detachable throat tab, side adjusters with double buttons, a button cuff and an inside pocket.

More images on the website. Originally £295, you can get one for £130.

More details on the Anglozine site

Cody zip-up sweatshirt

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Cody zip-up sweatshirt

This isn’t like any other sweatshirt you own. That’s the selling point.

A sweatshirt-style construction, but with a zip front, a contrast fabric chest pocket flap with press stud snap, double hem zip pockets with contrast fabric trim.

In navy and again, made in London, it is down from £130 to just £55.

More details on the Anglozine site

Yard tartan overshirt

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Yard tartan overshirt

Another vintage look that’s perfect for the time of year.

An overshirt (as you might have worked out), it is made from a wool/polyester mix and detailed with a contrast grey needle corduroy pocket trim, YKK zip front and an Anglozine flag tab on the lower left hem.

Made in London and described as an ‘easy fit’, it is down from £150 to £60.

More details on the Anglozine site

Kar denim overshirt

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Kar denim overshirt

Something similar but a little different.

Yes, it’s an overskirt, but this time made of 100 per cent cotton chambray and denim. A grosgrain blue trim is laid a onto denim panel, with a chest pocket, double open hem pockets, zip front, and a button cuff finishing things off.

£150 originally, now down to £60.

More details on the Anglozine site

The Prisoner-inspired raglan reflective panel t-shirt

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The Prisoner-inspired raglan reflective panel t-shirt

You’ll be pleased to know that the ‘6’ is on the back. The front is a little more modest.

This is a vintage-style, 100% heavy 300gsm cotton top, as well as a raglan sleeve t-shirt detailed with a chest pocket with patch, a 3M reflective ‘6’ and lower back panel and a mock turtle neck grey rib collar.

Once £75, you can bag one for £30.

More details on the Anglozine site

For the rest, see the website. If you want to know more about the label, there’s an interview here from Modculture.

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