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Gear Thursday: What Would Joe Strummer Do? bodyvest

Notice his Burt Reynolds pose
This is probably my favorite thing that Miloh is wearing now. It's a bodyvest form Nippaz With Attitude a great clothing company from England that some friends of mine started.

Ian and Leza used to work at indie record labels and that comes through in their designs and in the way they create their stuff. Instead of doing seasonal collections they try to get new stuff out every 6-8 weeks...and it's great stuff.

They sent me the What Would Joe Strummer Do? shirt because I'm a huge fan of The Clash (I sing Bankrobber to Miloh to get him to sleep.)

The stuff is great quality, looks cool and is different from things I've seen out there.

There is a little hint to tomorrow's post in the pic.
I wish I had seen the Love/Hate mittens because Miloh would have worn them as a newbie.

Other fav styles of mine are below.

Seriously check out Nippaz With Attitude for some great some.


  1. MarthaNeedsCaffeineJuly 29, 2010 at 5:01 PM

    Very cute. Also Hi!

  2. The Joe Strummer onesie is the best thing ever. Our baby London is due on Monday. She was named after London Calling. :)

  3. MarthaNeedsCaffeineJuly 3, 2011 at 9:59 PM

    Very cute. Also Hi!


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