Sunday, 21 August 2011

Peter: Autumn, creeping in like a creeper.

Well hello there fashion seekers, how do? So this is my first entry on to the Resurrection blog, if you've been in store I'm the regular basement dweller, normally sporting a quiff and can be found dancing to some form of terrible music, anyway I'm here to give out fashion advise if your willing to take it. Are you? It would be wise to...

So what is going to be big this Autumn leading to frost bitten season of Winter you ask? Well, I have the answer. Lets talk Pants and Jeans shall we? If you've had your beady eyes peeled through the summer you will have noticed a lot of people whipping their ankles out over the past year, mainly in the summer months eg. -------->
(Outfit alert: sid pants, Black Vans and egg plant carhartt varsity tee )

So this Autumn don't roll down those pants! Keep it skinny and throw on some colourful, patterned or contrasting socks and be proud of your ankles! You're then set for the Autumn months where you can comfortably keep warm and add a flash of colour to your outfit. Match with a denim jacket (vintage in store soon) and a cranberry tee and you can take that one to the bank.

But what are the best pants to choose for this look Peter I hear you say? Well good job you asked 'cause here they are....

The Sid Pant from Carhartt, a super skinny chino, comes in beige, asphalt, beech and now in OLIVE (it's party time all the time in olive chinos) and these range between £70-£80.

Next on the agenda we have the Cheap Monday Tight Original coming in at a healthy £45 they are a perfect Autumn skinny jean with their rigid, skinny straight fit.

But the skinny jean look isn't for me I hear you say, well fear not my friends Drop crotch and regular fits are back aswell and they are better than ever.

For a Classic Carrot fit choose the Vicious Pant from Carhartt, it's more of a "Jeano" and comes in two jean shades and one chino shade, it really is a wonderful buy if your into your carrot fit and prices start at £60 this is a pant that will see you right through the harsh Autumn and Winter months and the year that will soon follow!

Finally a chino that has a great regular leg with an extra wide hem, perfect for turning up! The Cheap Monday Laid Back Chino is for all you loose and chilled members of the world who don't like restricting their legs and like a regular fit to life, their price is £55!

Always here to help if you're ever having clothing malfunctions. Enjoy Autumn!

Friday, 19 August 2011

When Two Become One

Two mighty names in fashion joined forces this week, Carhartt and Resurrection. The world may never be the same again. The work-wear masters’ pop-up shop in store is finally finished, showcasing the world renowned brand’s latest offering in all its glory. We’ll get some pictures up shortly.

Carhartt has long been one of Resurrection’s best selling brands, and as a reward, they’ve given us a host of little treats to say thanks for your continued support. Get them before they’re gone…

And what would be the point of a spanking new pop-up shop if we didn’t have any new stock to show off in it? There would be no point. The ‘Vicious’ jeans are new in store. Slim fit with a low crotch, the ‘Vicious’ features a tapered leg. We’ve got them in bronze, blue rigid or a natural denim wash and the first batch is proving to be rather popular.

Hit of the summer, the Sid Pant, has been given a new lease of life. Now available in olive, the versatile chino is a great transitional piece. The Skill Pant is also new for Autumn. Available in black rinsed and rubble, the Skill is slightly more tapered version of the Monty Pant. Slim fit with a straight leg, you’d have a job finding situations you couldn’t wear them in.

If you’re more about situations that you can’t see your pants in, then the new camo Cargo Pants are perfect for those moments when you’re trying to blend into the background of a jungle. The fact we’ve alreasy had to reorder them, however, suggests they’re just as at home in the urban jungle.

It may be a new look Carhartt store, but your favourite items still get pride of place. Resurrection’s best-selling jean, the Texas is available in four colours, with the blue rigid still retaining the top-spot. We’ve got a grand old lot of T-shirts gracing the shelves too.

Carhartt and Resurrection, a match made in heaven….

Thursday, 18 August 2011

Abra-ca-däv-ra, It's The Ultimate Festival Welly (Part 1)

Though Hunter managed to give temporary reprieve to the unstylish, yet oh so practical necessity that is the Wellington, nobody has quite managed to combine sublime comfort and style, until now that is.

Enter däv, a luxury foot wear company who’ve pretty much nailed it. Not only do little touches like fur lining, shock absorbing cushioning and adjustable fit panels make wearing them akin to walking on new-born clouds, there’s a däv for every outfit. In fact, some styles don’t actually look like wellies. We kid you not...

One of their innovations is such an amazing idea, we can’t believe that nobody’s addressed the issue sooner, HOWEVER, the pictures of this groundbreaking invention are on a computer far, far away from us right now, and so will appear in tomorrow’s blog post instead. If you’re ending the summer with one of the upcoming festivals, make sure you head back, as festivals will never be the same again.

The pictures we can show you will back up the whole style and comfort paragraph from earlier. Take the Equestrian wellies, despite being 100% waterproof, they are also 100% stylish and are the spitting image of their high-end, riding boot counterparts. The quilted Victorian wellies feature quilting, obviously, and ribbon gilding to an entirely functional and insanely comfortable piece of footwear.

Forget about blisters, forget about cold feet, forget about suffering for beauty, and forget about splashing out over £80 for a pair of Hunters, all you need to remember is the name däv, that we have them in store, and that you want them. That and to visit tomorrow when we reveal THE BEST FESIVAL WELLY OF ALL TIME!

Happy Thursday,
Resurrection x

Friday, 12 August 2011


Check out our recent article in the Liverpool Echo, featuring our very own Vicky and Lacey. The fashion spread showcases some of the vibrant graphic T's currently available in store and online. Perfect for the last of the festivals or hanging around in front of some graffiti in town, have gander at our huge range. From musical heroes to quirky humour to clever branding, there's
sure to be something to float your boat...

House Of The Gods 'Debbie Harry Stripe Tee' £40
Amplified 'Good Times' Stone Roses T-shirt £30
Amplified 'Ian Brown Diamonte Face Tee' £30
Carhartt 'Stencil Tee' £33
Cuckoo's Nest 'Young Blood' tee £30