Sunday December 14, 1930
Hey guys back again! In this post I decided to call it “The Thrifter” because my entire ensemble was attained at the thrift stores throughout the years. So I decided to make a post about my second hand clothing and how anyone can look brand new or a mess depending the way you see it. Let me know what you guys think? W.D.G.
Coat – Kenneth Cole (early 2000’s)
Pants – Gap
Sweater – Banana Republic
Boots – Gucci (Early 2000’s)
Scarf – Burberry
Hey guys I hope you all had a fun and safe New Years with your family and friends. This is my first OOTD of the year and it’s inspired by the music of my roots. My parents are originally from Ecuador and I’ve never lost my heritage. The title of my post is “Cinco Centavitos” (5 little cents) sang by Julio Jaramillo. Julio is known as the Frank Sinatra of Ecuador. Being a kid I would always remember hearing his music… True art with his voice and guitar. W.D.G.
Blazer – BrooksBrother
Pants – MMM x H&M
Shoes – Aldo
Hey Guys back again with the second look which features the Uniqlo Cashmere Turtleneck Sweater. In this look I dressed up the sweater with different gray colored textiles but used cognac sneakers to finish the look to not make it overdressed (which is never a bad thing). W.D.G. Blazer – Vintage Giorgio Armani
Turtleneck – Uniqlo
Pants – Custom
Pocket Square – WDG
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