If you haven’t noticed, the world of cycling has made its way onto runways and into stores.
We all know that cycling is cool but you don’t have to wear a Lycra.
Sir Bradley Wiggins is the leader. He has taught us many things: like cycling doesn’t mean head-to-toe fluorescent Lycra and water bottle disguised as a backpack.
The British Tour de France winner has made waves in the fashion pool recently, with his clean-cut bad boy vibe. Steal his off-the-track style with a sharply cut suit. He didn’t become a Sir for nothing!
The mod look is back with a vengeance, epitomised by perfect blend of formal and casual, fresh trainers, sporty fabrics and button-up polo shirt are extremely comfortable best friends.
The smart polo shirt is a staple in any man’s wardrobe, button-up your whole collar to smarten look, and go for a slim or muscle fit.
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The Mod thing as a self-confessed mod fan, 32-year-old Wiggins was reportedly listening to The Jam when he first training as a teenager and counts singer Paul Weller and The Who’s Pete Townshend as style influencers. Add to that classic feathered French Crop hairstyle and a shoe fetish for brogues, and Wiggins might be sports’ first bona fide mod hero.