The birth of Streetclobber…

What do you think when you hear the word Streetclobber? What do these words mean to you? How do they resonate? Words, from one person to another, can elicit a range of thoughts, definitions, experiences associated to it.

Definition of street in English:

Noun
A public road in a city, town, or village, typically with houses and buildings on one or both sides.

Definition of clobber in English:

Verb
Hit (someone) hard.

Our view

Words and fashion are synonymous in the sense that, in our opinion, they cannot be defined. What fashion means to one is not the same for another, and as mentioned earlier, words too. Street, for us, means home. Where we grew up, where we played, where we (when older) saw styles and outfits, footwear too. Our inspiration. Clobber is an informal ‘cockney’ term originating from East London which means clothes. Can you see where we’re going? Street style is what we’re all about. Style from the street. Lifestyle from the street. Wearing high-street, contemporary and vintage brands to encompass the ‘street style‘. Join us.

The Streetclobber team
Streetclobber’s Founders

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