For times we’ve been discussing the alternative of wearable but somehow stylish daytime ensembles. Words like linen shirt, jersey dress, or even baggy pants (to which I extend zero tolerance) are autonomously raised. Honestly speaking, I don’t have to verbalize much on my distaste of matching a slim-fit Boho-style shirt with an ill-fitting(or even well-fitting) denim jeans, which is sort of, you must have imagined, prosaic enough for a gorgeous guy to run into a pit of the flaming boring crowd. On the contrary, for a guy who goes for camouflage, however, it shows otherwise.
Alas, there is exactly no fresh elements in camouflage. And I’m sure you’ve spotted tens of thousands of people showing their affection to it. Still, being innovated and executed by gifted designers, this rugged and somehow weird pattern is always in its booming age. Seen on the runways of Michael Kors, Christopher Kane, Rihanna for River Island, and that signature collection of Valentino, it is everywhere—— camouflage is all the rage!
And yes, I go for camouflage this time. In this look, I guess you’ve known this faux leather shorts quite well, for it’s been appeared occasionally in my previous outfits. Frankly speaking, it IS beyond a wardrobe stable for my daily outfits during pre-fall and I just couldn’t get enough of it. Intended to go for a more cohesive ‘military’ ensemble, I match it with a quilted combination jacket by Zara, which involves cohesive faux leather texture and elaborate quilted details. And what impresses me most about this jacket, is that it embraces an asymmetric crossover collar which adds more structure to the garment. Finally it comes this pair of discernibly unique camouflage sneakers by New Balance, or somewhat a style bargain of Valentino’s high-end camo aesthetic, just swashes it as a dashing killer on the street.
Zara quilted crossover jacket & white shirt | Sun Vegas faux leather shorts | New Balance 501 camouflage sneakers | Acne Studios ‘Humor’ leather tote
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ph. Yue Li | edit: Judas Lee