Trace back to the year early 2013 when Alexander Wang kicked off his spring 2014 runway, that “Parental Advisory” sweatshirt has ultimately been the most copied and most Instagram-friendly look of the season. However, that sweatshirt didn’t make the cut for me when it finally hit the stores, sartorially and financially, even after months of impatient wait for a instant purchase. Later on this commercial t-shirt edition of that sweatshirt spontaneously caught my eyes. It features Wang’s signature seamless boxy silhouette while embracing an oversize touch. And the bounded Explicit Content logo just provides us with an understated (and cool) alternative to work the collection’s logo detailing.
I simply match the t-shirt with my custom-made leather shorts, whose styling prototype can be found on Wang’s lookbook. In light of texture variation, the “Prisma” pouch from Alexander Wang is an extremely minimal yet statement making finish to the ensemble. With a mesh-pattern embossed leather front and my personal favorite zip fastening, it can be carried everywhere from a coffee shop to an art gallery(and yes, I even carry it for grocery shopping). And dare I just say that I’m one of those shoe stalkers? Or to be more specific, I’m probably made one by these Formula One 1 sneakers from Raf Simons for Adidas Originals. As another one of the most coveted pieces from the spring 2013 collections, it works impeccably well with my partiality for simple outfits by adding a more identical vibe.
Alexander Wang “Parental Advisory” t-shirt (shop it in cellophane here or budget here) | custom-made nappa leather shorts | Alexander Wang “Prisma” pouch | Raf Simons for Adidas Originals Formula One 1 sneakers
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