Gear: Porsche and Belstaff both Designed for Speed and Style

Porsche and Belstaff both Designed for Speed and Style

By Petrolicious Productions
June 10, 2014

Our video yesterday featured Jack Griffin’s super clean Outlaw Porsche 356. We’d love to take his car for a weekend up the California coast, and because a Porsche 356 is simple yet elegant, and we’d want clothing that would reflect this—something comfortable enough for the drive yet still stylish when out of the car.

Although Porsche and Belstaff hail from different countries, they both have brand history roots founded on speed and style—both speak to simple luxury, and both are timeless and sporty.

Belstaff Ridgewell Sweater: At first glance, this sweater seems a bit nondescript, but upon closer look, its moto-stitch patch shoulder in synthetic poplin give it a unique and sporty edge, making it a perfect match for the simple but unique 356. 

Belstaff Braxton Jeans: These slim-straight jeans are made with sturdy Japanese denim with varying yarn sizes to give it texture. There are subtle stud and leather waistband details—elements which make them a perfect fit for either driving or riding. 

Car photography by Josh Clason for Petrolicious / Clothing photography via Belstaff

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