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Good for Nothing’s Awakening Collection

When it comes to sports luxe clothing, GFN have become increasingly popular over the years.

Published Apr 23, 2016 by admin

Words: Veronica

When it comes to sports luxe clothing, GFN have become increasingly popular over the years. Not many people are aware of the popularity of GFN, however with their new Awakening Collection, they have created genuine sports and luxury clothing.

Good For Nothing Clothing, or GFN offer a different perspective on clothing, as it is all about turning negativity into success and self-doubt into achievement. The butterfly is a personification of new beginnings, developing masterpieces and achieving greatness. Their use of flair, creativity and style is incorporated into each and every item of clothing, where they pride themselves on ‘elevating above the rest’.

The Awakening Collection is an incorporation of extravagance, yet simplicity with a variety of colours. White, black and red are the main uses, however some are simplified with black and others with black and white. The style can be seen as flamboyant, however with the right balance GFN have created a poised and natural appearance.

The hoodies are example of a fitted, casual style, which can be combined with smart wear to create an everlasting style. The t-shirts have followed a similar trend, with some being completely minimalistic and others moving away from traditional t-shirt designs. There are many different things to pull from the new GFN range and once the new collections become open to the public, GFN will soon become a household name for men’s tracksuits.

All new mens tracksuits from £45

http://www.gfnclothing.com/collections/hoods-sweatshirts-a41



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