With the arrival of our Ruby Jacket a few months back, we’ve now built up quite the collection of out-there prints across the Phix range. That being said, unless you’re naturally confident, styling and clashing such bold prints can often be daunting.
With the help of our male and female customers and models, we’ve put together this post to provide 8 super cool ways to dress down or dress up our Ruby Jacket.
Above: Fred Farrell from Manchester-based band Saytr Play styling the Ruby Jacket with pin stripes and our White Leopard Kaftan. He's accessorised with a pair of black studded Chelsea boots, blue-tinted sunglasses, an array of silver jewellery and a 70s-inspired belt.
Above: Juanan Garcia - frontman from Mallorca-born band The Nawers, and guitarist for Saytr Play. Juanan has clashed the Ruby Jacket with a laidback polka dot shirt and skinny black jeans. He's also added a pair of round-lens sunglasses and a silver chain to finish off this effortless look.
Keeping it Casual
Above: Charlie Cole - a member of our Phix team, and guitarist for Stockport's Kashmere. By teaming the Ruby Jacket with a slouchy black t-shirt, black skinny jeans, a chunky belt and some retro sunglasses he's made it an easy day and night look.
Above: In a similar vein to Charlie, Juanan again pairs the Ruby Jacket with all black. He's created a real rock & roll outfit by accessorising with a black fedora, round-lens sunglasses and our Skull Bracelet.
Smarten it Up
Above: One of our Phix ambassadors: James Knowles, styling the Ruby Jacket for day or night. He wears a simple black roll-neck sweater, tailored trousers and a pair of black woven loafers to create a super smart look.
Above: Mikey Estrada - Copenhagen-based photographer, rocking the Ruby Jacket by clashing it with vinyl trousers and silver pointed boots. He's added a touch of colour with a casual tee and a pair of super cool red sunglasses.
Above: 'The Unidentified Rocker' - Manchester-based menswear blogger, styling the jacket with a pair of black leather trousers and pointed black ankle boots. He's got a strong accessory game with stacked rings and necklaces, a western belt and some aviator sunglasses.
Above: Finally we have Sara Luxe - Manchester-based stylist, proving that menswear isn't just for men. She's teamed the Ruby Jacket with a pair of black leather shorts, silver jewellery, a white blouse and a statement red fedora.