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Beyond Fabric x Wrong Weather SS11
Similarly to what happened last season, Wrong Weather once again invited me to put up 3 looks using their pieces, this time for Spring Summer 11. Drawing upon Summery inspiration, I set out to deliver three different, yet somewhat related ensembles, which would transpire my personal aesthetic into WW’s universe.
The first look is the most relaxed and season inspired of the bunch, pairing two Summer staples: shorts and a short sleeve shirt. This was all about having fun with color and mixing patterns, which due to the different scales and complementing shades blend perfectly together (checks on the shirt and stripes on the shorts and belt). The second look is focused on the striped navy motif and the splash of color given by the desert boots; the tote screamed Summer to me and is a great way to carry your stuff around town. The final attire is a step up, something you could wear to work (depending on your area of expertise, of course) or a night out. Buttoning up in hot days is perfectly doable, but here I went for a slightly more casual feel, leaving the top button unbuttoned and making use of the military tuck. Although he’s wearing a tie, the overall ensemble just seems Summer appropriate.
I’m really excited with the end result and by being able to share it with you. All pieces are available for purchase here.
1 - Checked short sleeve shirt, striped seersucker shorts and navy canvas backpack by A.P.C., navy canvas lace-ups by Common Projects and tie-belt by Dries van Noten
2 - Navy striped long sleeve shirt by Comme des Garçons Shirt, navy cotton chinos by A.P.C., mustard yellow desert boots by Armando Cabral and striped tote bag by Opening Cerimony
3 - Light blue dress shirt by Wrong Weather, raw dark blue denim by A.P.C., navy crewneck sweater by A.P.C., brown wooven sandals by Armando Cabral, brown recycled leather belt by Daniel Dinis and ecru striped tie by Dries Van Noten.
Styling: Miguel José Vieira (Beyond Fabric) Clothes: Wrong Weather Photography: Luís Espinheira Model: Alex
Styling: Miguel José Vieira (Beyond Fabric)
Clothes: Wrong Weather
Photography: Luís Espinheira