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5 ways to wear Prints this Fall
Fall marks the transition from summer into winter and is usually that time of the year when we mothball away our breezy and vivid summer clothes and bring out the dark and bulky winter set. But now that Jon Snow is (spoiler) dead and we don’t have anyone haranguing us about the impending cold, I think you can still get away with wearing prints this Fall.
Read on for five different ways to do just that!
Stygian – Nike Tech Fleece
Still wearing that button down and chino combo you’ve been rocking since 2012? It’s time to up your casual game, fam.
Athleisure is the future. That means sweatpants and tops that don’t fit. Yes.
The monsoon has been quite bad this year. Sporadic rainfall means that I haven’t brought out the full length rain coat yet, but I still carry around a rain jacket just in case. This means that I am happy and farmers aren’t, which means economic repercussions. Yes, I do spend time thinking about these things but for now, let’s look at how monochrome works with prints.
Three Days Of The Condor
On Sunday mornings, I like to sit by the lake near my house in a black pea-coat and feed pigeons, waiting for top secret documents like Robert Redford in Three Days of the Condor. Joke. I do not like pigeons, they walk funny. But cold mornings are probably the only time I can actually wear a pea-coat, thanks to the blazing summer that has already set in. Thankfully, it has been raining for the past three days here so this outfit works in the evenings as well, as long as you stay dry. With the monsoons and colder weather coming up, outerwear becomes a necessity. So let’s take a closer look here.
The Deer Hunter
Nick Wooster (www.nickwooster.com), is one of my fashion gods. Somehow anything he wears from short suits to camo everything, just clicks. So here’s a look inspired by ‘The Woost’. Menswear gurus say camo is like animal print for men. I wear animal prints too however, why let women have all the fun eh? You can treat camo … Read more
It has been a while since I have posted here, in spite of promising myself I would actively pursue this. But I guess later is better than never so here goes with my first outfit post. PS: Until I manage to set up my tripod at home and find good camera angles, the pictures will … Read more