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UNIQLO’S HEATTECH

July 3, 2017

While Shaun is over in Milan soaking up the Italian summer for Pitti Uomo, the rest of us are left in Australia to suffer through the cold of winter. As Shaun would tell everyone who might ask, fashion should know comfort, and so you should be able to rug up without getting a bulky silhouette, or having to squeeze a tailored jacket over multiple layers.

So, in perfect timing as always, we talk about Uniqlo’s new product range Heattech, a revolutionary fabric that converts moisture from the body into warmth. With Japanese technology, Heattech combines heat adsorption, heat retention, a soft texture and stretch to keep the wearer warm in just one layer. Effectively, Heattech updates your old thermal undershirts made into a stylish staple for cosy outfits.

Perhaps one of Shaun’s favourites is the Fleece Mock Turtleneck Long Sleeve T-Shirt, pictured, which is the perfect combination of heat-retaining Heattech and soft, warm fleece. The T-Shirt is available in nine colours, perfect to buy in multiples to complete a variety of outfit combinations. Wear with a suit and white sneakers for a modern and on trend twist, or pair with chinos for an easy outfit that doesn’t take a lot of thought. Higher waistbands on trousers and mock turtlenecks also work well and lend to the look of a dapper gentleman’s get up. For a

The great thing about Heattech is that it comes in Heattech ExtraWarm and Heattech UltraWarm, for those extra cold days in the depths of winter, and is available in a range of products. UNIQLO uses Heattech technology in tops, bottoms and accessories, to work out the perfect combination of warmth into your winter wardrobe.

Learn more about UNIQLO’s Heattech and shop online here.

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  • Reply
    Sascha Venus
    July 3, 2017 at 12:11 pm

    Excellent photos Shaun!!
    I am following your trip through Instagram and it looks like a lot of fun!!
    Keep enjoying!
    Greets
    Sascha

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