Clothes usually are incapable of bestowing the gift of flight upon us. Unless of course you happen to rock Tony Stark’s suit or a Power Ring. But sometimes the clothes you wear can make you appear and feel so fly, you might actually be rising above everyone else. Let’s take a look at how you can do just that.
As far as looking fly goes, fit and comfort are most important. If you don’t feel like yourself in your clothes, then you are wearing something that isn’t you. Ditch that necktie if it makes you feel like a corporate slave. Me? I just wear them in colors and patterns so vivid that no petty pencil pushing slave would dare to. Make Spartacus proud!
Blue, Orange and White are colors that work really well with each other (Ask Knicks fans), and the best way to make great colors even greater is by throwing some print on them. Colorful prints like the prop planes seen here on Quirk Box’s Airplane print trousers really up the ante by bringing some playful and punchy retro vibe to your outfits. Just because you have a color co-ordinated outfit on, does not mean that you have to stop there. Little dashes of other colors, as evidenced by the planes here, take your outfits to Mach 5.
The details on these trousers really make me swoon. From the gingham button to the darker blue contrast piping, it’s the little things that make or break a piece and Quirk Box have managed to find just the right balance of color and white to create these. Also blue graph checks on white and multi-colored airplanes mean that these pants can be worn with a wide variety of colored separates and will be easy to style.
Nike’s seminal basketball sneaker, the Air Force 1, when paired with these pants will make you fly, depending on your vertical leap of course. A clean white sneaker is a great way to round off any color heavy outfit.
So there you have it. Printed trousers may cover a big part of your body and can be hard to carry off but with a little bit of color blocking and a dash of confidence, can really uplift your style quotient. Happy Birthday to the Foo Fighters, one of the best bands to ever feature Jack Black in a music video. The below image was inspired by The Girl Who Leapt Through Time.
Jacket from Indian Terrain
Shirt from Code
Tie from Jack & Jones
Airplane Print Trousers from Quirk Box
Shoes from Nike
Photos by Roshan Chikodi