In terms of accessories for the Fashionistos out there, many may feel limited as to what they can experiment with. A watch, some funky socks or maybe a colorful backpack; the possibilities seem repetitive. Something that this Fashionisto took advantage of was changing an ordinary outfit into something a little more extraordinary with the addition of mixing prints. Between his printed oxford shirt, lace-up sneakers and statement-making cat print flat brim, the prints come together in a very unified and funky collaboration.
While I would love nothing more than to delve right into the numerous amount of cat puns I have up my sleeve, I seem to have maxed out in one of my recent posts (see that purrfect example here!). All I will say is that because all three of the prints used by this Fashionisto are so very different from one another, together they are not overwhelming and mesh in great cohesion. By not letting his accessories fall by the wayside and instead making them the statement pieces of the ensemble, this Fashionisto really sets himself apart from many college-aged Fashionistos out there who may be hesitant to do the same. If you are in the market for a cat flat brim like this Fashionisto’s, look here! If you aren’t daring enough to don a feline inspired topper, try this 3-D printed version from Lacoste.
Spotted: The Paul & Joe spring 2014 menswear collection had its fair share of printed flat brim hats. However, if the Fashionistas out there are looking to get in on the printed hat game, Alexandre Herchcovitch sent some amazing embroidered flat brims down the runway in the spring 2012 ready-to-wear collection.