What is the deal with this whole no white jeans after Labor Day rule? I think I’m just confused because I am personally more of a fan of Groundhog Day. I don’t want disregard the dedication of America’s work force; it’s just the fact that Punxsutawney Phil has been a very inspirational and important role model in my life. I am sure most of you can relate. I mean I agree that winter calls for a change in wardrobe, but that doesn’t mean you have to disregard summer clothes all together. Throwing in some bright summer colors to your winter warms can spice up any wardrobe and is a really good way to experiment with your closet.
Now to prove my point: This Fashionisto is making a bold decision without looking so bold. Take note on how he incorporates his roughed-up, white jeans with warm pieces like his quilted army green jacket and eggplant sweater. The jeans almost go unnoticed because everything seems to blend perfectly together. Okay, yes, I would say that if he paired these jeans with some bright shirt then my first reflex would be to grab a swim suit, but by incorporating it with warm winter colors, your so called fashion faux pas becomes a winter classic.
Also we can't forget to notice his fedora and his tribal-esque slip-ons. To be honest, this look could be written about over and over again because this dude has one of the most unique, put-together styles I’ve seen in a while.
Okay, I'll admit it, Punxsutawney took me five minutes to type, but it was all for a good cause — yes, even if that cause involves denim.