London-based skate label Yardsale has dropped another round of laidback staples in a collection dubbed “Spring Deluxe.”
Staying true to its roots, Yardsale captures the collection against the backdrop of its hometown’s high-rise apartments, traditional barber shops, historic archways and an ’80s-inspired car. Yardsale taps the late ’80s/early ’90s aesthetic in its latest collection with the release of velour quarter-zip jackets and an embossed “YS” sweater, which features an overlapping ribbed neckline and design reminiscent of bootleg YSL sweatshirts from the ’90s.
Rounding off the drop is a quarter-zip long sleeve rugby top, which features an embroidered sun-fade Yardsale logo and contrast arm stripes. The collection can be seen in the lookbook above and purchased from the Yardsale website now.
For more skate-ready garments, take a look at Civilist’s psychedelia-tinged Summer 2019 collection.