STYLE ADVICE OF THE WEEK: Wearing Your Motto On Your Sleeve

It’s that time again! Summer is wrapping up and slowly transitioning into autumn. Now that the fall semester is right around the corner, are you looking for fashion inspiration? This Fashionisto’s got something perfect for you to wear even with seasonal changes—so bring it on, autumn, winter, spring and summer!

The element that stands out the most about this Fashionisto’s outfit is his youthful graphic tank top. I love the clouds in the tropical sky above a warm sunset and the carefree beach vibe that the visual gives off. The text on his shirt highlights the motto of living in the moment. Even though summer is ending soon, that doesn’t mean we can’t relax once in a while, forget the time and enjoy the here-and-now.

The color combination on his watch between the gold-tone stainless steel and the brown leather is simple yet elegant. The material is water resistant so the watch can stand a few splashes here and there. The lack of numbers shows that the time of the day isn’t the primary focus when you’re living in the moment.

His black PacSun skinny jeans are stretchy, comfortable and snug without being overly tight. They’re a clean and slim extension to overall attire. The black solid color is a good contrast to all the bright and warm colors. His Sperry Top-Sider boat shoes are a stain- and water-resistant leather. They’re versatile, comfortable, long lasting shoes that look clean and are great for warm and mild weathered days. His sunglasses appear fun with a pop of vibrant green. It’s an optimistic and laid back look.

So yes, you can live in the moment even when it isn’t summertime and the weather’s warm. Wearing something lively and youthful with positive vibes will reinforce a cheery attitude even on days that are too breezy to go to the beach. Go ahead and put on a graphic shirt with an uplifting message for all to see and be inspired by!

What is your STYLE ADVICE OF THE WEEK? “Be comfortable with whatever you’re wearing and if people are looking at you, you’re doing it right.”