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Here are the coolest clothes to buy this month

Each month, we’ll be pulling the best bits from the internet’s slew of online stores and guiding your hand (and bank balance) through the storm.

We’ve all been there: traipsing the world wide web for hours while watching The Apprentice, finding ourselves on the hundredth page of eBay in search of something that will make us feel whole (and skint) again.

Shopping these days is a task and a half, what with the slew of online shops, pop-ups, second-hand stores, Depop accounts, car boots and go-to stalwarts to rifle through. If, like us, you often find yourself scaling the sites in search of the best jeans, the rudest slogan tees, the most emerging of emerging designers and rare pieces from the 90s, look no further. Going beyond the usual department stores, we’ve searched high and low for the best of what the internet has to offer this month.

This is THE FACE’s guide to shopping. Fold it up, stick in your pocket and max out your overdraft. At least you’ll look good, sunshine.

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There is rarely a one-size-fits-all approach to finding your blue best mate. One man’s 501s are another man’s Palace Heavy Stone. We reckon the best jeans are second-hand – worn in, comfortable and a friend of the environment. Triple win. If you’re opting for a classic pair of blue jeans, try Depop – they’ve got countless Levi’s on offer, most of which are a steal at £30 or less. But if you’re looking for something a little sexier, our advice is to get yourself on Past Down, the second-hand clothing site offering archive Prada, Stussy, Evisu, BAPE and True Religion. Keep your eyes peeled, though – the drops often sell out within days.

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In between being one of London’s coolest brains, and working for Ashley Williams and Nike, designer Dolly Milkes (or Molly Dilkes) launched her very own namesake brand over at Dover Street Market last February. Starting with a small offering, she went for an initial launch of shirts, skirts and bags, which really hit the sweet spot. In soft lime green and brown, Dolly’s printed shirts are super sexy in all their cyber-Hawaiian glory. Bag one just in time for brighter, longer days spent downing Stellas in the park.

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In case you missed it, we caught up with Randa Kherba two weeks ago, ahead of her first full collection launch with SSENSE. For anyone who’s been following the menswear designer over the past few years, you’ll know all about her great expeditions. For those who don’t, Kherba’s been exploring the possibilities of outerwear through her time spent in extreme conditions like the snowy mountains of Alaska. At the same time, she’s thrown herself into an MA in Material Futures at Central Saint Martins, proposing designs that will make a difference to the planet, such as compostable mountain gear. All this has led to a killer collection under her brand RK, with ice-cold pullovers, high-tech fabrics and lightweight trousers that are both comfortingly familiar but totally otherworldy – as nature intended.

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If you’re on the hunt for OG Smashing Pumpkins tees, rude slogans and ironic Charles Manson motifs, it’s got to be Teejerker, established in 2016. Its owners’ eye for nabbing the best t‑shirts around is unmatched, sourcing the rarest band merch from the likes of Bjork, Nirvana and Sonic Youth, and satirical, one-of-a-kind tees from the 80s, 90s and early-00s. While some of the products on offer are for the mega fans – t‑shirts can cost up to £500 – there’s always enough stock to find a gem for a decent price. If you’re opting for a slogan over a band tee, the ruder the better, we say.

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We once told you cool people dress like they’re going camping. That’s all a bit done now, but cargos? Cargos are in. As the weather warms (slightly, a bit… not really), trade your cords for lightweight cargos. To get your fill, go to 194Local, which stocks vintage military cargos in all sorts of colours for a very generous price – and skirts too, as seen on Bella Hadid. As well, check out photographer Renell Medrano’s brand, Ice Studios, which stocks a full-length cargo skirt in khaki.

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Yardsale have just released their latest collection, with one of the sexiest shirts we’ve seen recently leading the way. Over the past few years, the brand has steadily released skate-influenced loose-fit jeans, check shirts and hoodies for their dedicated fanbase, but this feels like the most grown-up release yet. With the collection mostly coming in black, and featuring a hoodie with Freddie Krueger stitched onto it, Yardsale is paying the impending summer no mind. Go on, embrace the dark side.

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