Tuk Tuk x Casual Connoisseur new shirts collaboration

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Casual Connoisseur have once again got together with ace shirt makers Tuk Tuk for another sparkling collaboration (frankly after the magnifient Tulsa there’s a lot to live up to) just in time for that mid-summer strut about when thoughts turn to bbqs and pre-season friendlies. There is a nice variation on the same theme which will suite every palette. First out of the bag is the Sudgen which has just been released with the others to follow shortly. Dig in.

The four limited edition shirts feature:

  • a 2″ button down classic collar
  • 2 x button down workwear inspired pockets
  • subtle ‘tt x cc’ tab branding
  • box pleat with locker loop on reverse
  • curved hem and genuine mother-of-pearl buttons.
  • Made from 100% cotton poplin. Excellent quality medium weight fabric with a soft hand feel.
  • Cost £69 each



cctuk sugden shirtThis Gingham style check comes in nice a nice colour combo of muted miniature checks. This would look good in the town or the country, so we’re calling it the Sugden shirt as it would still look dapper after shoveling shite all day and then having a pint in the Woolpack.



cctuk smith shirtThis is a bold as it is beautiful, it’s hard to describe all the colours on this one. It’s like the Red, White and Blue of the Union Jack or French tricolour (for EU fans) but the more you look at it the more colours jump out at you. It looks like something some smart young chap would wear in a 1960’s new wave film, in black and white.



cctuk dakin shirtThis is really nice, it’s a very fine Light Blue check on a White shirt, a bit like graph paper or something. It’s like something a 1960’s villain would wear, it’s clean and smart, smart but casual. Perfect for wearing whilst nailing one of your rivals to the floor.



cctuk azoff shirtA brilliant Oxford button down in all the usual Oxford hues combined. We called this one the ‘Azoff’ shirt as it reminds us of the Wolf of Wall Street and all that crazy 80’s excess. Perfect for smoking crack with Leonardo Di Caprio.



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