Hey I get it: I greive for my childhood from time to time. And sure I’ll wear babydoll dresses and I’ll even wear pigtails. Girls can do this. Dressing like an 8 year old who raided his older brother’s closet isn’t working in this case.
I’ll give him two stars.
This guy actually has a pretty legit sense of style. Honestly! Everything is from the same genre (I didn’t know they even still made Tall Ts) and pretty much in the same color. Its just hard to forgive the SIZE of everything. Why would a man purposefully make himself look smaller?
There are ways to make this concept work.
I personally loved some of the Converse by John Varvatos (most style under $50)—especially this vest. But to remain closer to asthetic, how about investing in D&G? It has a hood. Its lux. You’ll look bad-a**.
There’s a whole industry dedicated to T shirts*. I like Jockey. I like the way they hug the chest yet are a little roomy on the stomach. Done get me wrong: I will swoon as much as the next girl at a pair of ripped abs encased in a slim-fitting white Tee. Soft abs, however, are not a deal-breaker. We would rather you focus on your upper body than pick the bun off your hamburgers and shy away from beer because you’re worried what we’ll think about your tummy.
I’m mad about Henely Ts. Especially when used as a layering piece. Frankly, I think our man here could easily rock a Dweller T Shirt (if he didn’t mind the maintenance) or Levis. And I loved everything Converse by John Varvatos.
Now. The shorts. Let’s not waste time. Boom. You’re welcome.
*Trust me: I know (as a consultant, I spent 11 hours huddling over a Mac in a freezing warehouse, building grids comparing prices/fit/availability for my T-shirt Designer customers).
2 years ago
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