Bodega’s SS19 collection is inspired by “the dog days,” an expression used to describe Summer’s hottest days. Bodega also references baseball’s interpretation of “dog days,” a phrase used for when peak performance of mid-season form faces Summer heat, making players become lethargic and mentally drained.
To touch upon all of its inspirations, Bodega brings baseball-inspired pieces such as a pinstriped two-piece featuring traditional lettering and a collegiate T-shirt, as well as a duo of graphic buttondown shirts. Bodega has also dropped a number of graphic T-shirts, shorts, rugby shirts, hoodies and a windbreaker for the impending colder months.
Check out the lookbook above and shop the second SS19 drop online or in Bodega’s Los Angles and Boston stores.
In other news, MCA Chicago has dropped more Virgil Abloh “Figures of Speech” exhibition apparel.
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Some things are better off left in the 90s: artificial turf that was practically green asphalt, unreasonably high crowned caps, possibly all the New York Mets’ 1991 offseason roster moves and definitely those all-pinstriped, including the cap, uniforms the Cincinnati Reds broke out. It’s hard to say where the pager falls. On the one hand, you had the futuristic novelty of mobile telecommunication. On the other hand, this convenience was very much tied to finding the nearest bank of pay phones, or having a front desk allow you to use their phone, in order to actually respond. The Bodega Leisure Shirt is available now online at bdgastore.com and in-store at both our Boston and Los Angeles locations. #bodega #bdgastore