Each year a new AIR JORDAN sneaker hits the market. This is a tradition that has been happening since the first shoe unveiled in 1984. Highly anticipated by the media, the sportswear industry and the public, Jordan apparel dominates in sales and demand. Since Michael Jordan’s arrival and the launch of the AIR JORDAN franchise, both the game and the industry have been completely revolutionized. Supporting the man who did it best, this Fashionisto gives a whole new twist on the typical Jordan look.
Looking like you just stepped out of a sporting goods magazine was all the rage when we were in high school, especially for the athletes. But as we’ve grown up, so has our sense of fashion. Although it is more acceptable to put away the baggy T-shirts, basketball shorts and basketball shoes, you can still incorporate some sport into your look and still be very fashionable!
This Fashionisto did just that when paring a crewneck, fitted pair of khakis, a black peacoat and brown Ruckus Maker Clarks boots perfect for stomping through the fashion world—and the snow.
This outfit is a prime example of how looking casual can still make the biggest statement. My favorite part of his ensemble is how he pairs the crewneck with the peacoat. He has no problem keeping it classy but still giving us a hint of that sporty vibe that is all so familiar. He shows it’s possible to pull out some of our old and collaborate it with new, all in a way that is appropriate for the college age individual.
For a crewneck similar to his, check out this Jumpman fleece with five different color combinations to choose from. Finish Line, Foot Locker, Eastbay and Nike are all great places to find sport related apparel. When looking for a pair of boots like his, I would go with the Clarks or these pair of Timberlands. Whether you’re goal is to look fly or you just need something to keep your feet warm in the cold, you can never go wrong with a solid pair of boots.