look 30: break em' off blue.

i’m so happy with the way that my suit game has been coming along over the past few months, and i owe a large portion of the styles that i have to express. this month marked the start of our 2019 partnership, and as soon as i saw this blue beauty on the site, i fell in love.

wearing: express men slim light blue cotton-blend stretch suit, asos sleeveless mesh
sweater vest,
boohooman x quavo clear belt bag, nike react element 55s.

💎 “i call this color break-em-off blue.” 💎

at the start of the year, wearing more suits was a key style resolution for me, and i think i’ve been doing a solid job so far. of course, i have to do it my own way, so i kept things cool with a mesh sweater (gotta love that spring breeze) and some sneakers. and for a little touch of street edge, i threw on this clear belt bag from the boohoo x quavo collaboration earlier this year. i think i like how it came together.

breaking down the look.

by now, you guys know how important a strong color combination is to me, so for this outfit, i wanted to find the perfect hue to work with this fun pastel suit. i played around with a denim shirt and other shades of blue, but in the end, nothing worked better than this tan match-up. the lighter tones blend together nicely, and i think they’re so right for the season (those blue skies, ya know?). plus, i got to rock my new nike reacts—which is perfect, because i’m really trying to get back to my sportier roots.

look 2: caramel cream + pink sprinkles.

in honor of flashback friday, i'm sharing this look from last month. the color palette was so perfect (in my opinion). dusty pink is definitely building itself up to be a power player in my wardrobe this season, and i put this neutral look together to complement it. mixed with the right backdrop and the perfect lighting, the shots came out pretty nicely.

wearing: asos belted leather biker and slim fit chinos,  boohoo MAN ribbed sweater with lace-up front, converse chuck taylor all stars.

breaking down the look

the best thing about neutral dressing is that they almost always play together perfectly. while dusty pink's technically a pastel, it's soft and close enough to the other hues to blend into the color palette seamlessly.