Shades of Blue
By Antonio Malara
To contrast the blue denim jeans I always liked to use the black. I mean a blue jeans and black for the rest, the t-shirt or shirt, belt, jacket and shoes. This kind of double tone is young and rebel, it’s a strong contrast look. Is what I consider the best combination, that’s why I didn’t post this kind of outfit because I want to do something special. In the meanwhile I noticed that this contrast can be also a cool look using the blue color instead of black. So that’s how I had the idea for this outfit, the intention was to realize my favorite look but with blue tone. Even if it is casual, I wanted to combine it with a pair of slippers shoes. The result is cool and I think that the combination it would have been nice even without the jacket.
This outfit has been shot in the same morning of my previous one so I used the same Clement jeans by Dsquared2. The leather jacket by D’Arienzo is simple and it’s actually the second one I bought of the same model, in fact I first bought the green, a new color for me which I’ll dedicate a new post later. Same thing for the Dolce&gabbana t-shirt, I had the black version and I decided to buy even the blu, the only thing I don’t like is that this one it’s wider in the neck compared to the black. Slippers by Faruk Sagin, it’s since summer that I bought this shoes but it’s the first time I wear them. I don’t know why but lately this brand has increased prices by around 30%, this strategy is not competitive at all, a big disincentive for me to buy their products again.
Shooting the outfit with the sea and the sky in the background I could create beautiful shades of blue. In fact, for a coincidence, all the pieces of clothes and the sea are actually distinct levels of the same color.
Shoes: Faruk Sagin
Photo: Tonino Catalano
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