15% off at Rokit for you and you and you

I’ve made no secret of my love of Rokit, and as if in mutual reciprocation, they have offered me a very generous discount to share with you all.

Yesir, for 15% off everything in Rokit’s online store, just tippity tap in the following code at checkout: RKFCNK. It’s valid until 31st July, so head over there and have a spend. Here are my summer choices…

Amazing WWII sheepskin jacket – tres Burberry, right?

Speaking of which… this reminds me of being 13 and wanting to be Justine Frischmann.

Really cute officewear, love a bit of a 70s frock for work.

This is cute too! But lime green, not such a popular choice maybe…

And don’t forget this amazing Valentino suit is still on offer…

… Or you could invest in Jeremy Scott Mickey Mouse shades

Vintage Valentino at Rokit

We were a bit harsh about Kate Hudson’s 80s supermodel look on the work website yesterday, but the truth is I’m a big fan of the Robert Palmer look on a young lady. I don’t have much call for business dressing but if I did, this vintage Valentino suit from Rokit would take pride of place in my wardrobe. Just fucking look at that! I’d be striding around the office busting balls like nobody’s business in that beaut. Paired with a Kate Hudson powder dry and stripy cheeks, obvi. I actually don’t know if there’s much I like more than red and black 80s tailoring, it’s a winner every time and makes you look like a beefeater.

Channel Gaga with flip-out sunglasses

Yow, check out these sunglasses from Rokit (above). They’re calling them ’60s Minnie Mouse Flip-Up Sunglasses’ but I think what you and I would probably call them is ‘Jeremy Scott Mickey Mouse sunglasses‘ (below). Right? I don’t dig designer copies but flip-up sunglasses have been around since the dawn of time so it’s not like he invented them, even if he did have the idea to shift the top layers around to the side a little bit so they looked like ears. I guess there’s also the added benefit with his that you can shut out the world with the flaps down; traditionally these things work as glasses that can niftily be converted in sunnies with just the flick of your wrist. There are some really nice vintage ones on eBay, if you prefer a tortoiseshell and gold finish to your frames. Speaking of which, I bet all the people bidding on these Gaga glasses are gonna kick themselves when they see that the specs they’re bidding on could be picked up for £18 at Rokit.