There is something very relaxing about menswear-inspired outfits. They come together with the slouch-all-you-want attitude because you no longer have to pretend to be a lady while you are trespassing on men's territory. Add a hat paired with a graphic tee and you suddenly feel like the coolest person on the block. When it comes to clothes, it's all about the feels, right?
Men often complain of their limited choices when it comes to garment design, but there is something inexplicably cool in the simplicity of it all. Of course, some men play more with design like women do, but most societies are still too narrow-minded to let them fully exercise their creativity in fear that it will undermine their masculinity. Want to do a check how narrow-minded your society is? Just say "men" and "make up" in one sentence and watch most people throw a hissing fit. We are still far from the "everyone can wear what they want" utopia. We live in a world of false freedom where you are free to make any choice as long as it's accepted by society.
Now repeat after me: I am free.
In this limited world, I love the limitless options a simple white T-shirt gives you when putting together an outfit. It's a staple. A classic. A piece I never get bored of.
This particular graphic T-shirt gifted to me by friend and fashion designer, Evgenija Zafirovska, gives me the option to travel back and forth between femininity and masculinity by perfectly fitting both worlds. Don't you just love when something seemingly simple ends up being incredibly versatile? And if you have been reading my other blog posts you would know by now that when it comes to clothes, versatility is an irreplaceable word in my dictionary.
// Hat: Suite Blanco
// Pants: My design
// Boots: Bershka