By Antonio Malara
Now that the summer is over I want to dedicate my next fashion post to the outfits that used most frequently during the summer nights. In fact is in the night that I like to get dressed trendy. My typical looks are of two types, where accessories and the option between shirt or t-shirt separate the formal look from the casual one. In this post I’ll talk about the formal. This look is essentially skinny jeans, the shirt (worn inside the jeans) loafers and possibly a designer belt. Probably today you can see this look everywhere on socials but it has always been my favorite for night parties, and I’ve always worn it for these occasions in the last twenty years (I’ll prove it one day, but I only have pictures since 2004).
The pieces that I wear are all new, the Dsquared2 clement jeans are a blu version, worn effect, a little ripped with white dots here and there. This piece is not only beautiful but also comfortable despite is super skinny. Thanks to an influencer on Instagram I found out the “Father Sons” brand, they produce skinny pieces for men with muscles. For the size I followed their size guide and I have to say that is very accurate, I decided for an XS size and I didn’t wrong. The belt is a cheap piece that bought on amazon (I’m planning to buy a Gucci brown belt but unfortunately I’ll buy the item by the end of the year). The slipper loafers are by Faruk Sagin, this time I opted for a woven model, I never had one so I decided that was a good idea to style one.
My goal for this outfit was also the color combination. The Dsquared2 jeans are unique as color so I wanted to pair them with light blue and brown. It’s a combination that I love but I don’t use so much. I like the result, all the pieces fits as I wanted and plus I love the location, unusual for this kind of look but perfect for my purpose. Having the sky and the sea as a background, creates a multiple blue tone that perfectly matches the outfit.
Stay tuned for the next post that will be the casual version.
Shirt: Father Sons
Shoes: Faruk Sagin
Photo: Tonino Catalano