I don't disagree. I think the most interesting fits always crossover multiple aesthetics. Its why ALD's lookbooks are so good - they combine workwear, streetwear and ivy league prep among other aesthetics in a super interesting way.“tough” is the best part about fashion. It’s far most interesting to go against the grain or do something “different”. The fun part is trying to figure out how different brands or styles fit together. In the fit I posted I was trying to mix different “genres” into a cohesive fit.
1. jacket was man-tle which is like high end Australian “workwear”
2. Mid layer was acronym which is complicated overthought techwear
3. Denim was JE (of course) and is streetwear (and prob one of the most interesting pairs of denim JE has put out)
4. Boots were common projects which is probably the most hated brand on the internet.
so how do you meld “workwear”, techwear, streetwear and “fancy shoes” into one fit and not look like a moron? That’s the big question.
I think my fits in general demonstrate my personal style and how I as an individual like to style random things that I like. Sometimes it works and sometimes it fails hard, but it’s way better than any formulaic way of dressing. Easy isn’t fun and style isn’t supposed to be easy.
No one ever disagreed with anything you are saying. I'm just providing my constructive criticism to you