I always try and switch up my basics. I love trying to change up my style and re-work basic items. Here’s my interpretation on How To Layer with stone and white!
Stone is everywhere at the minute. Whether it’s from Yeezy Season 3 or H&M, it’s there! I’ve not posted an outfit look/post for a while in fact not since last year considering this is meant to be a male fashion blog; that’s pretty damn shameful!
Managed to bag myself a longline, skater fit white tshirt from Topman last year and I got slightly bored of styling it with a bomber jacket and it got too cold to wear it alone (I mean it’s autumn now, summer is long gone).
I treated myself to a stone tshirt from Asos which I bought so I could style with the longline. I teamed this up with some ripped denim jeans (also from Asos but courtesy of Hoxton) and some tan brogue detailed chelsea boots.
You can see in the photos, I chose a darker denim but with rip details. This darker denim really helps break up the paler colours of the stone, tan and white. I think wearing a darker denim is better as we go into autumn is a definite. I’m a firm believer of light for summer, dark for winter.
The layered tops show texture and aren’t necessarily fitted, but what they add is an extension to the body. When you couple this longline look with a pair of stretch skinny jeans you really create an outfit that would make Tom Cruise look tall.
While I’m nearly 6ft 3″ so i’m by no means short but I have a much longer body in comparison to my legs. Some would say disproportionate. Consequently, I compensate for this by wearing super skinny jeans that make my legs that little bit longer.
This outfit has been key and therefore I have worn it numerous times over the autumnal months. It’s really channeled the earthy tones of the season. I wish I had read a ‘How To Layer’ post before it turned that slightly bit colder as I would have definitely invested further in.