Continuing our look at alternative menswear, as we delve into the world of rockabilly fashion, taking you beyond a wardrobe of basic staples. You'll be pleasantly surprised at the choice available, as take a look at where to find rockabilly clothing in the UK.
There's still plenty of interest in rockabilly fashion, with an abundance of 50's inspired wares to shop from, whatever your style. Whether you prefer to go for graphic tattoo inspired prints on your wares, or something a little more clean cut. We've hand picked a selection of companies right here in the UK that are worth a visit.
Does the sound of sharp shirts with a pinch of 50's style whet your whistle? Well your bound to find something that you like at Vivien of holloway, Already well known for their range of womenswear, they've also got a wide range of rockabilly menswear, from shirts, to trousers, and accessories, all perfectly matching with their eye catching prints.
The classic rockabilly look continues over at Freddies of pinewood, who have a wide selection of 40's & 50's inspired designs ranging from jackets to jeans and everything in between. Alongside Collectif, who've branched out to a full range of menswear in recent years. Why not complete the look with some footwear and accessories from Rocket Originals.
If you prefer something with more a hot rod flair, you'll want to visit Ozone clothing. With a vast range of rockabilly mens clothing. With everything from patterned shirts, to jackets, and knitwear.
The look doesn't stop there either, why not try e-tailers like Rockers England and Lipstick & Gearstick for a rockin selection of clothing and accessories.
If it's more a ghoulish rockabilly look that you prefer, then you'll want to visit Darkside, with a range of horror inspired prints, and muscle vests that are just perfect. Alongside e-tailers like Last Gang Emporium, with a range of clothing and accessories in stock.
Whatever your style, you'll find plenty of Rockabilly menswear in the UK to shop from. Why not check out our handy directory site for even more shops to visit.
Editorial note: This post was originally published in 2014 and has been updated for freshness, accuracy, and comprehensiveness.
Images: Collectif & Darkside