In Miami, cold weather shouldn't force you to bundle up like some sort of yeti, or worse, some sort of Bostonian. Keep your South Florida steez even when the temperature dips, with gear from Durkl.
From some sweet guys who use French electro-vixen Yelle as a model, sing the praises of Sunny D on their website, and still find time to ridicule Canada, Durkl's latest drop takes already hip cool-weather wear and further trips it out with colors evocative of jimmies off an ice cream cone. Outerwear/tops include the cotton crew-neck "Crayola Sweater" with orderly but bold stripes scribbled on with colors from the pimp side of the crayon box; the Members Only-ish "Snake Venom Barracuda Jacket" w/ silver or black faux snakeskin shell and quilted lining; and the fleece-lined "Confetti Hoodie": electric blue with an orange zipper and print that'll make you look like a leopard seal, sans the dead penguin. Pants come in two styles: a slightly stretchy & skinny low-rise with white stitching on yellow, white, or black denim, and a more classic five-pocket with zip fly, in colors like white, black, or the more audacious yellow, aqua, and purple, which'll make you look like Prince, sans dead penguin.
For not-so-cold weather Durkl sells tees that play with fonts, 80s music, and zebra stripes, or in the case of "Mad Science 2", a hot topless chick and Frankenstein-ish lightning text -- just because you're a patchwork monster doesn't mean you shouldn't have a luscious rack.