Inventing is not the trend… Reinventing is the back-up.
At some point we have a moment, our own private, almost spiritual moment with our wardrobe.
The moment we sit staring at these items hanging like still lives inside this sacred (for most of us) place… the closet or the dressing room.
Stop staring and trade-in your everyday style protocol for a remix.
Choose the most unexpected clothes you may possess and compile around it.
This next silhouette takes us through a mix of various singular types of clothes, tones, materials & prints, which all in one might converge to a personality rebirth…
They’re worth every single mention…
Here’s one pair of briefs. Wild, wild west briefs from GANT RUGGER, the less typical & nicely “wrinkled” GANT line.
The epitome of a “westernish” tendency and trend for some seasons now.
The sailor blouse is from LEVI’S. Not at all unusual but more institutional, like a second-skin style in some cases.
Also, a fundamental contributor to preppy allure or else…
But the award for “preppyness” goes to the badge blazer from TOMMY HILFIGER. A brand that appeals to everyone and somehow offers multiple possibilities of styling for the more “informed”.
Lace-up boots by PAUL SMITH. Dandyism has meant eccentricity in a previous period. Sartorial is the habit to call that kind of approach nowadays.
The coat from MCS Marlboro Classics is boundary. In between sarto-influences & sunset horse-rinding, this “recto-verso” Identity makes it fancy & warm.
A “weapon” accessory could be the one you hold when you’re dressed to “kill”. This blanket check bag is also from MCS Marlboro Classics. The more you hold the leather handles, the raunchier it gets.
I like beanies but I cannot take no for an answer when I see this “trapperish” fur hat from TIMBERLAND.
A big applause to Indeep, for Michael Cleavelands’ beautiful track “Last night a DJ saved my life” and Reggie Magloire’s vibrating vocals.