If you'd lived in 1960s England, you'd have totally been in a Mod Rocker gang, assuming your vertigo didn't make the jumping in a logistical nightmare. Finally get your shot, with Rag and Bone.
Brokering a peace between British youth subcultures, this Kentucky-Brit design duo blends the clashing stylistic influences of rockers and mods (along with skinheads and punks) in its greyscale-heavy spring line of slim-fitting jackets, shirts, zippered denim, and leather kicks. Above the waist, R&B's got a distressed black Nappa leather motorcycle jacket with diagonal side zipper that, when open, acts as a lapel; a sheeny, charcoal cotton division long sleeve w/ two front, dual-button breast pockets; and a slender fit, three-button, hand-tailored wool razor blazer w/ narrow sleeves and arm holes, notch lapel, and surgeon cuffs -- a big step up from those lame podiatrist ones you wore to Easter. Below the belt, the collection includes a cotton twill Newman trouser that is enzyme treated to look slightly worn and aged; a black/white cotton-poly blended classic straight-leg houndstooth number, and a slender, lightweight button-fly raw selvedge indigo denim jean with a "subtle luster", also your nickname during that weird Peeping Tom stage.
If you prefer a more summery look at poetry slams, they've got soft washed leather trainers with waxed laces (as well as more dressed up oxfords and loafers) and a sweet pair of short-length striped seersucker swimming trunks -- because, let's face it, the only jumping in you're doing is to the shallow end.