Jaguar And Land Rover Clothing Ranges

Ever thought to yourself, ohhhh lord, I would absolutely love to have a Jaguar jacket? Me neither. This isn’t the first time a car manufacturer has decided to try their hand in the fashion industry, from the top of my head Porsche have had a crack at it as have Ferrari, however both have them have simply allowed ready established fashion designers put their pages on their clothes, Adidas and Puma are the culprits here if I remember rightly. So by and large these are acceptable, however, nothing says moron quite as strongly as someone getting out of their second hand Porsche 944 or a second hand Porsche Panamera with a snap back cap on, or one of those vile red leather jackets. If you are one of those morons, yet you don’t drive a Porsche, you may still be in a shot at proving how much of a douche you are providing you drive a Jaguar or a Land Rover, who have also decided to create their own clothing range, and in turn create a number of visibly annoying fanboys.


Please don’t get me wrong, there is absolutely nothing wrong with owning a Jag, a Land Rover, or a Porsche for that matter, this isn’t jealousy or inverted snobbery at work. I owned a second hand Jaguar XK myself, and absolutely loved every second of it, but, I don’t care who you are, or what car you drive, unless you work for the company, if the logo of your clothes match the badge on your car you are a certified anorak. To be fair to Jaguar, they have made some pretty decent clothes by the looks of it. Much of the Land Rover collection could be used for halloween if you are going as white privilege.