Fall/Winter Looks The Rebel Style

Sunday, October 7, 2012 2 No tags Permalink 0

Winter is just around the corner and I’m already getting armed against the horrible cold weather that we usually get in England. So I decided to come up with two new looks that might give you a little inspiration on what to buy and how to look!
The first look was definetely inspired by the grease character Danny Zuko, sometimes I do wonder what clothes he would pick if the movie was made nowadays… It is very clear that he’d still be the rebel but cool kid of the school, so I’d definetely say that the Balmain leather jacket is the one that represents him and his punk-rock vision. The only thing that changes is the way too 80s look, he’d definetely wear a checked shirt – Neighborhood makes amazing shirts – and a pair of stone-washed denim – recommended NN.07
I can see him wearing a good pair of leather brogues or boots with the whole look.

The Londoner, which is the other look is perfect if you like putting together an outfit with lots of layers. Start off deciding the shirt to put underneath, in this case I recommend the Bespoken Selvedge Chambray Shirt, which can define a very elegant touch. Put on a Sandro Flecked crew neck sweater to keep yourself warm and safe from the cold and early winter, this amazing knitted-sweatshirt is amazingly comfortable and very metropolitan-looking. Don’t forget to mix the NN.07 slim-fit twill trousers and a pair of Grenson Leather boots to make the best out of this look. The Londoner is about versatility and the ideal of the cosmopolitan look. Open-minded, full of character and not afraid of showing off a great sense of style.

I really hope you enjoyed my two looks and please don’t forget to comment and tell me what you’d have added or changed on these two looks.

You can find these items @ Mr Porter

  • João Santos says:

    Im completely in love with all these clothes and shoes!!


  • Eros Buzza says:

    you chooses really cool clothes which matches very good together – inspired! 😉

    Eros (http://www.HermesIsMyDad.com)