The Van Gogh Museum outfit replica
By Antonio Malara
This time the inspiration came from myself. While I was editing the pictures I took inside the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam I noticed how cool was the outfit I wore in that day. It was casual and comfort one, a combination that you don't know how nice is until you see it. I didn't plan the details of this outfit but the result was great. I had a pair of my Dondup jeans, a skull t-shirt by Alexander McQueen, a blue bomber jacket and loafers. This look is cool because of colors, in fact the combination of the blue-azure and yellow of the skull on the t-shirt, the clear jeans, the blue bomber and shoes had a really good impact.
I decided to repeat this look with some changes. I wear this new bomber jacket I bought (it was in my wishlist) that is in nylon and leather sleeves, I replaced the loafers with a pair of blue sneakers, using the same t-shirt and jeans. This nice casual outfit has a touch of personality thanks to the t-shirt and jacket details. This is another easy look but when you wear it you're going to be noticed.
The piece are all of high quality, the bomber is perfect for spring time, it's very light and the sleeves are breathable so eventually it's also good for summer nights. The jeans are fit ones but with normal waist, so stylish but also comfortable, I like this azure tone. The t-shirt is a cool piece, the skull that is a mark by McQueen, is stylized with vivid colors over the withe. The shoes are not one of my favorite even if they have a trendy design, I use them just because they're comfortable. The two outfits look apparently the same but they both have different personalities.
I'll show in the last pic the original outfit.
Bomber: A|D Milano
T-shirt: Alexander McQueen
Photo: Maria Chiara Malara
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