Last week I was in Brussels for a fun campaign with VisitBrussels. The event was to highlight the city and her best hotspots. More about this campaign is following very soon. I wanted to share with you guys the look I was wearing for dinner at the rooftop of the Musical Instrument Museum. I had received this jeans which I was really excited about. The only problem was that they had send a size 30×34, which obviously is way to long for me as I have only a 30×30. The jeans was just laying there for a few week, waiting to be shortened and worn. Eventually, As time passed by, I decided just to cut it myself. I took the cissors and performed my mediocre sewing skills. They had the cutt-off-style already so I hoped no one would notice the difference. DIY looks are totally in now anyways, or so I’ve heard.
Now they have this Short-Naked-Ankle-Look that make my shoes even more visable and creates a look that stands out even more. I’ve selected this new pair a few weeks ago at the Fratelli Rossetti Boutique, and I am fond of them.
The leather has a very unique color and brushing methode which creates a very cool vibe. This is all due to the coloring process of the shoes. More about their techniques you can find on their website. I went for somthing more classy and dapper, because well I can. Ha
No, I’ve really challenged myself to style this guys. I didn’t want to wear them in a classic look like everyone should do. So I went for a destroyed jeans look with a striped shirt and a minimalistic jacket. That’s like 3 different styles mixed togehther, and I’m pretty excited about the result. Hope you’re too?
Photography by Dennis Van Peel with a Canon EOS 5D Mark IV
In partnership with Fratelli Rossetti ind. story and production all by me.
SHOP THE LOOK
Shirt c/o Ralph Lauren | Shop here
Jeans c/o Simon Miller via Need Supply | Shop here
Jacket c/o Selected Homme | Similar here
Watch c/o Brathwait | Shop here
Shoes c/o Fratelli Rossetti | Shop here
Shades c/o Ray-Ban | Shop here