I find myself probably not a Chinese New Year person after having been an active participant in it for over 14 years(since I could ever remember). The traditional masses love red. Thus, if you could ever have the opportunity to ramble around a megalopolis in China on Chinese New Year, you would never be less surprised to find out that you were in a tidal wave of red (or burgundy). Unfortunately I’m not a huge fan of red-all-over. Plus, after embracing the most appropriate form of menswear in a classy three-piece suit and a burgundy coat last year, I’m thinking a sort of red that can be easily told apart from festive air, to say, rebellious red, along with a scent of grunge and destruction.
Black, as a contrasting tone for red, is extensively used in this look with a variety of textures seen saffiano leather, faux leather, stretched cotton, and even pony hair. The only chink of red being an eye catcher is running as a patch shoulder of my favorite plaided shirt by Equipment. It is soft ,fluid, and well executed, while innately triumphing a salute that punks. It’s my first time wrapping a leather jacket around the waist rather than wearing(or more occasionally draping) it (on the shoulders) , and it is being a well embellishment to proportion as a belt will do, yet a far more rebellious one. And yah, eyes on this safety pin bag from Versus by Versace, it adds another rebellious touch to the whole ensemble.
Equipment plaided blouse (sold out) | Cheap Monday skinnies |faux leather jacket (shop ‘Merci’ here and a budget one here) | Dr. Martens pony-hair oxfords |Pixie Market rings here & here | Versus by Versace safety pin bag
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