I walk the line

Sunday, January 29, 2012

I have a problem: my interests are all over the map and each one of them has its own style and look that appeals to me. For example, in a previous post I mentioned that I love music and that it influences my personal style. Sinatra is a good example: I love his voice, his music, and his style. I'd be a happy camper if I could wear a sweet three-piece or tuxedo for the rest of my days:

Minus the beard though.
Fun fact: I've been told by two different people that If I were to grow a beard I would look like Jafar from Disney's Aladdin or Satan. Conclusion: I'll continue to shave.

On the flipside of my coin of interests, we find newer sounds and looks from bands like The Strokes:

Whenever I go shopping I normally don't buy anything because I can't decide if I want to get some patent leather lace-ups or new hi-tops that already look 5 years used. What to do?
My current wardrobe has some pieces from each camp, but is a little heavier on the shirt and tie side. This week I'm going to go for both looks, with some days focusing on the classy business side and other days on the bold cover of Rolling Stone Magazine side. I'll post photos each day as I sport them to school and work where I'll confuse my coworkers with the bipolarity of my choices from one day to the next.
Until then, wear it well.

(photos from H&M and NME.com respectively)

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