Style Profile: Alex Turner

August 29, 2014


In 2006, a group of Sheffield lads insisted that we would all look good on the dancefloor. Introducing a snappy and fresh indie sound, immediate comparisons to Brit Pop from days-gone-by propelled Alex Turner and co into the spotlight.

As their sound developed with psychadelic and nostalgic influences, Alex's personal style also went through a transformation. Abandoning the skinny jean in favour of a 1950s throwback, his look now toys with James Dean and British Teddy Boy cultures. Pristine as much as thrifty, Alex now embraces a suited look that encourages suits and quiffed hair into the indie scene.

Here is his style profile…


Red Button Collar Short Sleeve Oxford Shirt
, £14.99
Black Asymmetric Biker Jacket, £44.99
Navy Single Breasted Mac Coat, £49.99
Black Basic Grandad Collar Button Up T-Shirt, £5.99
White Grandad Collar Long Sleeve Oxford Shirt, £14.99
Light Blue Skinny Jeans, £19.99
Tan Leather Embossed Lace Up Brogues, £39.99
Blue Check Tie, £6.99

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