When I decided to throw this on for the Dream Cloth opening, I really needed something to bring around my neck area that would be large. Unfortunately, none of my usual stomping grounds had what I wanted which was a Boom Kack POW piece. So I opted to combine necklaces that I owned and newly purchased. The rope “choker” is actually a belt from H&M. Yes you heard right. A belt. The second piece is a three piece chain also from H&M. And the third piece (that I am actually wearing backwards–to hide the multicolor dots) is from a street vendor in Broadway in SoHo.
DREAM CLOTH opened its NYC pop up shop yesterday in Dumbo, NYC. We were invited to view the space and merchandise before the store opened to the public and of course do some shopping… (I can’t resist).
DREAM CLOTH is a high-end street wear line based in NYC and was established in 2008. The line is more geared to menswear, however, there are a few pieces for women. One stand out piece for women I loved was the Fu*k CC (aka Chanel) snapback (featured below). What I find most appealing about the line is how clean-cut and simple the designs are. There is no overkill in logos or graphics. The designs have good balance between street and chic, which is why undoubtedly they have a strong following of buyers from all walks of life and I will definitely will be making repeat purchases as new merchandise comes in for my husband.
This is the Ladies ONLY FU*K CC Snapback I mentioned above.
I love the Luxury Camo Duffel bag. I would definitely use this as a weekend bag.
Women’s Tank. I love this image. Should be a best seller.
I scooped up two tee’s that I loved for Jason: the “Still Trappin” and the “Noir Cocaine” tees. My husband loved hem. Here are the shirts featured below.
Dream Cloth’s pop up shop is open from Monday – Saturday all Summer long and is located at 59 Pearl Street, Brooklyn, NYC. Make sure you make a stop and check out the shop and pick up some items. Also, ladies if you are into snapbacks, the Fu*k CC logo cap is a must have in your collection. Please visit their website at www.dreamclothnyc.com.