There once was a well-dressed Fashionisto studying in the Georgia State University Courtyard. He was wearing a hoodie all zipped up, and I just knew there had to be something good underneath to go with the rest of his outfit. I politely asked him to take off the hoodie (by singing “Take It Off” in the Courtyard) and the rest is history.
I always felt that if you pick the right glasses, being nearly blind is not a burden. I have no idea whether these Fashionisto’s glasses are prescription, but either way they are a great choice. These are a square style by Dolce&Gabbana which come in a variety of colors, but Amazon has them at the cheapest price.
This Fashionisto’s oxfords are of the saddle variety, which is pretty uncommon now that the trend is wingtip. It is a great look that feels more ruggedly casual than the wingtip.
Has anyone else noticed that if you are without your phone for even one minute you loose track of what the time is and sometimes even what day it is because most people don’t have watches? This Fashionisto rocks a watch and I am just so excited by the fact that his Bulova watch matches the brown in his shoes. I don’t know if he planned this out meticulously but great job!
Hint: I haven’t seen a lot of light wash jeans but they look fantastic whenever I do see them. They seem to look good in almost every cut too. Abercrombie is having a sale on jeans, so if you need jeans, now is the time. Most guys probably have a plaid button-up, so this look overall is relatively simple to recreate for yourself.
Try to make your belt match your shoes, which should also match your watch.