The Pacific t-shirt and Gucci double G loafers
By Antonio Malara
Did you remember when I talked about the old fort here? Well for this post I tried again to use it as a location. This time the mayor did a press telling all the people that the fort is now open to the citizens. Me and my sister sent an email to be sure that the fort was open, but we received the answer two days later after the shooting! Anyway we tried to be lucky. Once arrived there we found the fort in beautiful conditions, really renovated but closed. We decided to use the external area as location anyway.
What I wear in this post it's my typical summer outfit. I put for the first time this Dsquared2 t-shirt (a piece from last year) which has a design cut on the right sleeve. The cut on the t-shirt is a detail that distinguishes the brand, in fact they also proposed other versions in this year collection.
I like this t-shirt because remind me to summer, the sign “pacific” actually hide a picture of the ocean with palm trees. The colorful sign on the withe really put me in a positive mood, so I immediately noticed this t-shirt when they put it in the store. The jeans that I used on this post are the twisted legs model that I also used here. I like the denim tone of this pants and the way the pair with this t-shirt.
I completed the outfit with the most chic piece I bought recently, the beautiful double G loafers by Gucci. This shoes were in my wishlist since they put them on sale. They first put on sale the black ones, that features the green and red web lace and just months later they proposed even the blu model with blue and red lace. I preferred these one because I don't like the black color for this kind of shoes. Lately the double G is so popular through influencers. They use to wear belts, bags and different models of shoes with this logo. Unfortunately I never saw on socials networks people who wore the model I bough.
This is a perfect, comfort and cool outfit for summer nights, the branded pieces make the difference again. Of course just a few people will notice the details and to be honest I don't care because fashion is a mental condition to satisfy myself (and fashion addicts).
I'm sorry that even this time I couldn't show you the internal and top of the fort, but step by step I hope I'll do it, it's really impressive the view from top, a must see. For the record in the mail they answered that they actually don't know why the fort is not open, they talk about bureaucracy (the thing that let Italy behind the other countries) but at the same time the mail had a sad tone, like “it's always the same old story”…
Photo: Maria Chiara Malara