MINI Beat The Street His and Hers Hoodie Sweat Jackets
MINI Beat The Street His and Hers Hoodie Sweat Jackets

A new fashion collection has been launched by MINI, available now online and across MINI dealerships. The collection takes inspiration from street style, combining Union Jack prints with bold colours to celebrate MINI's passion for British fashion.

The Trench Coat by MINI, available for men and women, features a lining and outer pockets with an abstract Union Jack pattern. A key pocket and zipped pocket on the inside left offer practical storage solutions. A discreet MINI logo is embroidered on the cuffs.

Men are offered the Denim Business Shirt while ladies have a Denim Business Blouse. Both shirts are dark blue featuring discreet MINI lettering on the chest. The inside of the sleeves and collar feature a Union Jack print.

Also available is a feminine Denim Dress which can be styled as either a dress or tunic.

The new his and hers Hoodie Sweat Jackets feature an eye-catching print on the rear and a zip on the front. They are made of top-grade cotton and come in red for ladies and blue for men.

The men's white Street longsleeve top features a blue "Beat the Street" print offering a vintage look. The ladies' long sleeve shirt features a feminine V-neck and an eye-catching silver motif on the front.

The unisex MINI light Union Jack scarf features a rendition of the British Union Jack in red, blue and white.

The Beat the Street Belt features a silver fastening designed like a MINI seatbelt buckle, as well as "Beat the Street" embossed on the buckle with a MINI logo on the belt itself.


Published : 07/09/11 Author : Staff

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