CarService Refines Classic Workwear Staples for SS21

Channeling traditional auto mechanic staples.

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CarService has just released its Spring/Summer 2021 lookbook, showcasing an assemblage of classic workwear staples modeled after traditional auto mechanic attire. The Tokyo-based label has delivered a series of graphic T-shirts, cargo pants, track jackets, short-sleeve button-ups and other accessories like trucker hats and gloves.

One noteworthy piece is a bright red track jacket, detailed with contrasting white racing stripes. “CarService” embroidery is etched along the upper right chest, mirroring Hot Wheels‘ red and yellow flag logo. The piece comes with ribbed collars, silver-toned zippers and an elastic hemline to round off the jacket’s details. Another highlight is a beige short-sleeve button-up. Constructed with a semi-boxy fit, the shirt is made up of notched lapels, gold-toned hardware and twin waist pockets, while “CarService” branding at the upper left chest and slight cinching at the waist completes the garment. Other pieces like black leather gloves, coach jackets, long-sleeve T-shirts and sleek chino pants finalize the expansive collection.

Though no release dates have been revealed, scroll through the gallery above for an early look at CarService’s SS21 collection — prices have yet to be confirmed.

In case you missed it, check out FACETASM and Dickies’ deconstructed workwear capsule.

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