Jacket: Armani Exchange, Jeans: BDG, Shoes: Kenneth Cole
Having girls as some of your closest friends has pretty much emotionally scarred me for life. That’s right, I know exactly what you girls are gossiping about when you meet a guy. The other thing that having girls as good friends has done is that it has made me much more cognizant of what other girls wear. Given the amount of prepping and preening the opposite sex does to look presentable to the public is always a curious affair of how much thought they put into it coinciding with what they think looks good to the public.
The old saying is that when girls go out, they pretty much dress up for other girls. But don’t worry, when you go out, you dress up for me. Because there I am, watching, silently judging you, thinking “Nah uh girlfreeeen, oh no you di’n’t”. Well maybe not.
I should start making these posts relevant to the outfit I’m wearing. I’ll do that starting riiiiiight…. Now.
So that jacket is like, at least 5 years old. It's super light (about as thick as a windbreaker, though it does not break wind), and I like how the seams aren't at the shoulder. Perhaps it is a bit dated by this day and age, but that's not the point of posting it today. The point is, given the cleanliness of the overall design, this is how people in the future should all dress like. Who designed those outfits on Star Trek? Nah uh, girlfreeeeennnnn...