22nd January 2014

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22nd January 2014

What I Wore 
Flower Power
Shirt by Topman
Shorts by Happiness
Sneakers by New Balance
Sunglasses by Marc by Marc Jacobs
Watch by Nike+ FuelBand

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What I Wore 
Flower Power
Shirt by Topman
Shorts by Happiness
Sneakers by New Balance
Sunglasses by Marc by Marc Jacobs
Watch by Nike+ FuelBand

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What I Wore 
Flower Power
Shirt by Topman
Shorts by Happiness
Sneakers by New Balance
Sunglasses by Marc by Marc Jacobs
Watch by Nike+ FuelBand

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What I Wore 
Flower Power
Shirt by Topman
Shorts by Happiness
Sneakers by New Balance
Sunglasses by Marc by Marc Jacobs
Watch by Nike+ FuelBand

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What I Wore 
Flower Power
Shirt by Topman
Shorts by Happiness
Sneakers by New Balance
Sunglasses by Marc by Marc Jacobs
Watch by Nike+ FuelBand

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What I Wore 
Flower Power
Shirt by Topman
Shorts by Happiness
Sneakers by New Balance
Sunglasses by Marc by Marc Jacobs
Watch by Nike+ FuelBand

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What I Wore 

Flower Power

Shirt by Topman

Shorts by Happiness

Sneakers by New Balance

Sunglasses by Marc by Marc Jacobs

Watch by Nike+ FuelBand

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20th January 2014

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20th January 2014

What I Wore 
Broken Promises
Coat by Topman
T-Shirt by Zara
Jogger trousers by Zara
Sunglasses by Marc by Marc Jacobs
Studded oxfords by Penelope and Coco

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What I Wore 
Broken Promises
Coat by Topman
T-Shirt by Zara
Jogger trousers by Zara
Sunglasses by Marc by Marc Jacobs
Studded oxfords by Penelope and Coco

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What I Wore 
Broken Promises
Coat by Topman
T-Shirt by Zara
Jogger trousers by Zara
Sunglasses by Marc by Marc Jacobs
Studded oxfords by Penelope and Coco

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What I Wore 
Broken Promises
Coat by Topman
T-Shirt by Zara
Jogger trousers by Zara
Sunglasses by Marc by Marc Jacobs
Studded oxfords by Penelope and Coco

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What I Wore 
Broken Promises
Coat by Topman
T-Shirt by Zara
Jogger trousers by Zara
Sunglasses by Marc by Marc Jacobs
Studded oxfords by Penelope and Coco

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What I Wore 
Broken Promises
Coat by Topman
T-Shirt by Zara
Jogger trousers by Zara
Sunglasses by Marc by Marc Jacobs
Studded oxfords by Penelope and Coco

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What I Wore 
Broken Promises
Coat by Topman
T-Shirt by Zara
Jogger trousers by Zara
Sunglasses by Marc by Marc Jacobs
Studded oxfords by Penelope and Coco

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What I Wore 
Broken Promises
Coat by Topman
T-Shirt by Zara
Jogger trousers by Zara
Sunglasses by Marc by Marc Jacobs
Studded oxfords by Penelope and Coco

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What I Wore 

Broken Promises

Coat by Topman

T-Shirt by Zara

Jogger trousers by Zara

Sunglasses by Marc by Marc Jacobs

Studded oxfords by Penelope and Coco

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8th January 2014

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8th January 2014

What I Wore 
Print Dweller
Printed shirt by Versace for H&M
Shorts by H&M
Sneakers by Maison Martin Margiela for H&M
Sunglasses by Marc by Marc Jacobs

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What I Wore 
Print Dweller
Printed shirt by Versace for H&M
Shorts by H&M
Sneakers by Maison Martin Margiela for H&M
Sunglasses by Marc by Marc Jacobs

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What I Wore 
Print Dweller
Printed shirt by Versace for H&M
Shorts by H&M
Sneakers by Maison Martin Margiela for H&M
Sunglasses by Marc by Marc Jacobs

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What I Wore 
Print Dweller
Printed shirt by Versace for H&M
Shorts by H&M
Sneakers by Maison Martin Margiela for H&M
Sunglasses by Marc by Marc Jacobs

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What I Wore 

Print Dweller

Printed shirt by Versace for H&M

Shorts by H&M

Sneakers by Maison Martin Margiela for H&M

Sunglasses by Marc by Marc Jacobs

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6th January 2014

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6th January 2014

What I Wore 
Blacked-Out
Shirt by Topman
Pants by Zara
Sneakers by Maison Martin Margiela for H&M
Scarf by H&M
Sunglasses by Marc by Marc Jacobs
Bracelet; keepsake from Vietnam
Watch by Nike+ FuelBand

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What I Wore 
Blacked-Out
Shirt by Topman
Pants by Zara
Sneakers by Maison Martin Margiela for H&M
Scarf by H&M
Sunglasses by Marc by Marc Jacobs
Bracelet; keepsake from Vietnam
Watch by Nike+ FuelBand

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What I Wore 
Blacked-Out
Shirt by Topman
Pants by Zara
Sneakers by Maison Martin Margiela for H&M
Scarf by H&M
Sunglasses by Marc by Marc Jacobs
Bracelet; keepsake from Vietnam
Watch by Nike+ FuelBand

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What I Wore 
Blacked-Out
Shirt by Topman
Pants by Zara
Sneakers by Maison Martin Margiela for H&M
Scarf by H&M
Sunglasses by Marc by Marc Jacobs
Bracelet; keepsake from Vietnam
Watch by Nike+ FuelBand

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What I Wore 
Blacked-Out
Shirt by Topman
Pants by Zara
Sneakers by Maison Martin Margiela for H&M
Scarf by H&M
Sunglasses by Marc by Marc Jacobs
Bracelet; keepsake from Vietnam
Watch by Nike+ FuelBand

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What I Wore 

Blacked-Out

Shirt by Topman

Pants by Zara

Sneakers by Maison Martin Margiela for H&M

Scarf by H&M

Sunglasses by Marc by Marc Jacobs

Bracelet; keepsake from Vietnam

Watch by Nike+ FuelBand

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3rd January 2014

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3rd January 2014

Style Advice 
Sweater Weather
If you want to take your look to the next level, add a sweater to the mix. It automatically adds texture to your outfit and a layer of warmth, which you are likely to need (even in Los Angeles) come February. 
Sadly, for a lot of men, blue jeans are about as colorful as their clothing choices get. I’m not by any means encouraging rainbow bright ensembles, but I believe every man should integrate a punch of color, a print or texture into every look. If you’re new to this, start with a solid colored sweater. You can build your looks around colors that complement your eyes or your complexion. If you don’t know what colors those are simply ask your girlfriend, she’ll know.
Use your imagination, but don’t let it run too wild. Every time you get dressed, pick a sweater that will make a statement, and then work from there. You don’t want too many prints competing; you want every part of your look to be complementary. For instance, if you are wearing a patterned sweater, stick with a crisp oxford shirt and maybe a polka-dot tie.
When you’re shopping for a new sweater remember that everything in your wardrobe needs to get along. Before you commit, ask yourself, will this color or that print match what I already own? Think of your wardrobe as a team: the more it works together, the stronger it will be.
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Style Advice 
Sweater Weather
If you want to take your look to the next level, add a sweater to the mix. It automatically adds texture to your outfit and a layer of warmth, which you are likely to need (even in Los Angeles) come February. 
Sadly, for a lot of men, blue jeans are about as colorful as their clothing choices get. I’m not by any means encouraging rainbow bright ensembles, but I believe every man should integrate a punch of color, a print or texture into every look. If you’re new to this, start with a solid colored sweater. You can build your looks around colors that complement your eyes or your complexion. If you don’t know what colors those are simply ask your girlfriend, she’ll know.
Use your imagination, but don’t let it run too wild. Every time you get dressed, pick a sweater that will make a statement, and then work from there. You don’t want too many prints competing; you want every part of your look to be complementary. For instance, if you are wearing a patterned sweater, stick with a crisp oxford shirt and maybe a polka-dot tie.
When you’re shopping for a new sweater remember that everything in your wardrobe needs to get along. Before you commit, ask yourself, will this color or that print match what I already own? Think of your wardrobe as a team: the more it works together, the stronger it will be.
Shop the story
Style Advice 
Sweater Weather
If you want to take your look to the next level, add a sweater to the mix. It automatically adds texture to your outfit and a layer of warmth, which you are likely to need (even in Los Angeles) come February. 
Sadly, for a lot of men, blue jeans are about as colorful as their clothing choices get. I’m not by any means encouraging rainbow bright ensembles, but I believe every man should integrate a punch of color, a print or texture into every look. If you’re new to this, start with a solid colored sweater. You can build your looks around colors that complement your eyes or your complexion. If you don’t know what colors those are simply ask your girlfriend, she’ll know.
Use your imagination, but don’t let it run too wild. Every time you get dressed, pick a sweater that will make a statement, and then work from there. You don’t want too many prints competing; you want every part of your look to be complementary. For instance, if you are wearing a patterned sweater, stick with a crisp oxford shirt and maybe a polka-dot tie.
When you’re shopping for a new sweater remember that everything in your wardrobe needs to get along. Before you commit, ask yourself, will this color or that print match what I already own? Think of your wardrobe as a team: the more it works together, the stronger it will be.
Shop the story
Style Advice 
Sweater Weather
If you want to take your look to the next level, add a sweater to the mix. It automatically adds texture to your outfit and a layer of warmth, which you are likely to need (even in Los Angeles) come February. 
Sadly, for a lot of men, blue jeans are about as colorful as their clothing choices get. I’m not by any means encouraging rainbow bright ensembles, but I believe every man should integrate a punch of color, a print or texture into every look. If you’re new to this, start with a solid colored sweater. You can build your looks around colors that complement your eyes or your complexion. If you don’t know what colors those are simply ask your girlfriend, she’ll know.
Use your imagination, but don’t let it run too wild. Every time you get dressed, pick a sweater that will make a statement, and then work from there. You don’t want too many prints competing; you want every part of your look to be complementary. For instance, if you are wearing a patterned sweater, stick with a crisp oxford shirt and maybe a polka-dot tie.
When you’re shopping for a new sweater remember that everything in your wardrobe needs to get along. Before you commit, ask yourself, will this color or that print match what I already own? Think of your wardrobe as a team: the more it works together, the stronger it will be.
Shop the story
Style Advice 
Sweater Weather
If you want to take your look to the next level, add a sweater to the mix. It automatically adds texture to your outfit and a layer of warmth, which you are likely to need (even in Los Angeles) come February. 
Sadly, for a lot of men, blue jeans are about as colorful as their clothing choices get. I’m not by any means encouraging rainbow bright ensembles, but I believe every man should integrate a punch of color, a print or texture into every look. If you’re new to this, start with a solid colored sweater. You can build your looks around colors that complement your eyes or your complexion. If you don’t know what colors those are simply ask your girlfriend, she’ll know.
Use your imagination, but don’t let it run too wild. Every time you get dressed, pick a sweater that will make a statement, and then work from there. You don’t want too many prints competing; you want every part of your look to be complementary. For instance, if you are wearing a patterned sweater, stick with a crisp oxford shirt and maybe a polka-dot tie.
When you’re shopping for a new sweater remember that everything in your wardrobe needs to get along. Before you commit, ask yourself, will this color or that print match what I already own? Think of your wardrobe as a team: the more it works together, the stronger it will be.
Shop the story
Style Advice 
Sweater Weather
If you want to take your look to the next level, add a sweater to the mix. It automatically adds texture to your outfit and a layer of warmth, which you are likely to need (even in Los Angeles) come February. 
Sadly, for a lot of men, blue jeans are about as colorful as their clothing choices get. I’m not by any means encouraging rainbow bright ensembles, but I believe every man should integrate a punch of color, a print or texture into every look. If you’re new to this, start with a solid colored sweater. You can build your looks around colors that complement your eyes or your complexion. If you don’t know what colors those are simply ask your girlfriend, she’ll know.
Use your imagination, but don’t let it run too wild. Every time you get dressed, pick a sweater that will make a statement, and then work from there. You don’t want too many prints competing; you want every part of your look to be complementary. For instance, if you are wearing a patterned sweater, stick with a crisp oxford shirt and maybe a polka-dot tie.
When you’re shopping for a new sweater remember that everything in your wardrobe needs to get along. Before you commit, ask yourself, will this color or that print match what I already own? Think of your wardrobe as a team: the more it works together, the stronger it will be.
Shop the story
Style Advice 
Sweater Weather
If you want to take your look to the next level, add a sweater to the mix. It automatically adds texture to your outfit and a layer of warmth, which you are likely to need (even in Los Angeles) come February. 
Sadly, for a lot of men, blue jeans are about as colorful as their clothing choices get. I’m not by any means encouraging rainbow bright ensembles, but I believe every man should integrate a punch of color, a print or texture into every look. If you’re new to this, start with a solid colored sweater. You can build your looks around colors that complement your eyes or your complexion. If you don’t know what colors those are simply ask your girlfriend, she’ll know.
Use your imagination, but don’t let it run too wild. Every time you get dressed, pick a sweater that will make a statement, and then work from there. You don’t want too many prints competing; you want every part of your look to be complementary. For instance, if you are wearing a patterned sweater, stick with a crisp oxford shirt and maybe a polka-dot tie.
When you’re shopping for a new sweater remember that everything in your wardrobe needs to get along. Before you commit, ask yourself, will this color or that print match what I already own? Think of your wardrobe as a team: the more it works together, the stronger it will be.
Shop the story
Style Advice 
Sweater Weather
If you want to take your look to the next level, add a sweater to the mix. It automatically adds texture to your outfit and a layer of warmth, which you are likely to need (even in Los Angeles) come February. 
Sadly, for a lot of men, blue jeans are about as colorful as their clothing choices get. I’m not by any means encouraging rainbow bright ensembles, but I believe every man should integrate a punch of color, a print or texture into every look. If you’re new to this, start with a solid colored sweater. You can build your looks around colors that complement your eyes or your complexion. If you don’t know what colors those are simply ask your girlfriend, she’ll know.
Use your imagination, but don’t let it run too wild. Every time you get dressed, pick a sweater that will make a statement, and then work from there. You don’t want too many prints competing; you want every part of your look to be complementary. For instance, if you are wearing a patterned sweater, stick with a crisp oxford shirt and maybe a polka-dot tie.
When you’re shopping for a new sweater remember that everything in your wardrobe needs to get along. Before you commit, ask yourself, will this color or that print match what I already own? Think of your wardrobe as a team: the more it works together, the stronger it will be.
Shop the story
Style Advice 
Sweater Weather
If you want to take your look to the next level, add a sweater to the mix. It automatically adds texture to your outfit and a layer of warmth, which you are likely to need (even in Los Angeles) come February. 
Sadly, for a lot of men, blue jeans are about as colorful as their clothing choices get. I’m not by any means encouraging rainbow bright ensembles, but I believe every man should integrate a punch of color, a print or texture into every look. If you’re new to this, start with a solid colored sweater. You can build your looks around colors that complement your eyes or your complexion. If you don’t know what colors those are simply ask your girlfriend, she’ll know.
Use your imagination, but don’t let it run too wild. Every time you get dressed, pick a sweater that will make a statement, and then work from there. You don’t want too many prints competing; you want every part of your look to be complementary. For instance, if you are wearing a patterned sweater, stick with a crisp oxford shirt and maybe a polka-dot tie.
When you’re shopping for a new sweater remember that everything in your wardrobe needs to get along. Before you commit, ask yourself, will this color or that print match what I already own? Think of your wardrobe as a team: the more it works together, the stronger it will be.
Shop the story
Style Advice 
Sweater Weather
If you want to take your look to the next level, add a sweater to the mix. It automatically adds texture to your outfit and a layer of warmth, which you are likely to need (even in Los Angeles) come February. 
Sadly, for a lot of men, blue jeans are about as colorful as their clothing choices get. I’m not by any means encouraging rainbow bright ensembles, but I believe every man should integrate a punch of color, a print or texture into every look. If you’re new to this, start with a solid colored sweater. You can build your looks around colors that complement your eyes or your complexion. If you don’t know what colors those are simply ask your girlfriend, she’ll know.
Use your imagination, but don’t let it run too wild. Every time you get dressed, pick a sweater that will make a statement, and then work from there. You don’t want too many prints competing; you want every part of your look to be complementary. For instance, if you are wearing a patterned sweater, stick with a crisp oxford shirt and maybe a polka-dot tie.
When you’re shopping for a new sweater remember that everything in your wardrobe needs to get along. Before you commit, ask yourself, will this color or that print match what I already own? Think of your wardrobe as a team: the more it works together, the stronger it will be.
Shop the story

Style Advice 

Sweater Weather

If you want to take your look to the next level, add a sweater to the mix. It automatically adds texture to your outfit and a layer of warmth, which you are likely to need (even in Los Angeles) come February. 

Sadly, for a lot of men, blue jeans are about as colorful as their clothing choices get. I’m not by any means encouraging rainbow bright ensembles, but I believe every man should integrate a punch of color, a print or texture into every look. If you’re new to this, start with a solid colored sweater. You can build your looks around colors that complement your eyes or your complexion. If you don’t know what colors those are simply ask your girlfriend, she’ll know.

Use your imagination, but don’t let it run too wild. Every time you get dressed, pick a sweater that will make a statement, and then work from there. You don’t want too many prints competing; you want every part of your look to be complementary. For instance, if you are wearing a patterned sweater, stick with a crisp oxford shirt and maybe a polka-dot tie.

When you’re shopping for a new sweater remember that everything in your wardrobe needs to get along. Before you commit, ask yourself, will this color or that print match what I already own? Think of your wardrobe as a team: the more it works together, the stronger it will be.

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31st December 2013

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31st December 2013

What I Wore 
Hear Me Roar
T-shirt by Eleven Paris
Crash pants by Hot Topic
Chambray shirt by H&M
Necklace by Nicolina Royale
LED Watch - gift from Korea
Leather bracelet by Marc by Marc Jacobs
Sneakers by Nike
Aviator sunglasses by Ray-Ban

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What I Wore 
Hear Me Roar
T-shirt by Eleven Paris
Crash pants by Hot Topic
Chambray shirt by H&M
Necklace by Nicolina Royale
LED Watch - gift from Korea
Leather bracelet by Marc by Marc Jacobs
Sneakers by Nike
Aviator sunglasses by Ray-Ban

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What I Wore 
Hear Me Roar
T-shirt by Eleven Paris
Crash pants by Hot Topic
Chambray shirt by H&M
Necklace by Nicolina Royale
LED Watch - gift from Korea
Leather bracelet by Marc by Marc Jacobs
Sneakers by Nike
Aviator sunglasses by Ray-Ban

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What I Wore 
Hear Me Roar
T-shirt by Eleven Paris
Crash pants by Hot Topic
Chambray shirt by H&M
Necklace by Nicolina Royale
LED Watch - gift from Korea
Leather bracelet by Marc by Marc Jacobs
Sneakers by Nike
Aviator sunglasses by Ray-Ban

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What I Wore 

Hear Me Roar

T-shirt by Eleven Paris

Crash pants by Hot Topic

Chambray shirt by H&M

Necklace by Nicolina Royale

LED Watch - gift from Korea

Leather bracelet by Marc by Marc Jacobs

Sneakers by Nike

Aviator sunglasses by Ray-Ban

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16th August 2013

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16th August 2013

What I Wore 
Blocks of Color 
Shirt by Original Tomboy
Blazer by Club Monaco
Shorts by Topman at Topshop
Wingtip sneakers by Tsubo
Sunglasses by Paul Smith
Rope bracelet by Marc by Marc Jacobs
Watch by English Laundry
What I Wore 
Blocks of Color 
Shirt by Original Tomboy
Blazer by Club Monaco
Shorts by Topman at Topshop
Wingtip sneakers by Tsubo
Sunglasses by Paul Smith
Rope bracelet by Marc by Marc Jacobs
Watch by English Laundry
What I Wore 
Blocks of Color 
Shirt by Original Tomboy
Blazer by Club Monaco
Shorts by Topman at Topshop
Wingtip sneakers by Tsubo
Sunglasses by Paul Smith
Rope bracelet by Marc by Marc Jacobs
Watch by English Laundry
What I Wore 
Blocks of Color 
Shirt by Original Tomboy
Blazer by Club Monaco
Shorts by Topman at Topshop
Wingtip sneakers by Tsubo
Sunglasses by Paul Smith
Rope bracelet by Marc by Marc Jacobs
Watch by English Laundry
What I Wore 
Blocks of Color 
Shirt by Original Tomboy
Blazer by Club Monaco
Shorts by Topman at Topshop
Wingtip sneakers by Tsubo
Sunglasses by Paul Smith
Rope bracelet by Marc by Marc Jacobs
Watch by English Laundry
What I Wore 
Blocks of Color 
Shirt by Original Tomboy
Blazer by Club Monaco
Shorts by Topman at Topshop
Wingtip sneakers by Tsubo
Sunglasses by Paul Smith
Rope bracelet by Marc by Marc Jacobs
Watch by English Laundry

What I Wore 

Blocks of Color 

Shirt by Original Tomboy

Blazer by Club Monaco

Shorts by Topman at Topshop

Wingtip sneakers by Tsubo

Sunglasses by Paul Smith

Rope bracelet by Marc by Marc Jacobs

Watch by English Laundry

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