Aside from its mammoth popularity over the years, one of the best things about streetwear fashion is that it’s easy to experiment with. You can wear and pair different outfits without feeling as if you’re breaking any rules. In other words, you dictate your own style, so there’s a lot of freedom and versatility in streetwear. However, this doesn’t necessarily mean that you won’t end up looking like a clown. Sorry to be harsh, but there are certain choices you can make (or fail to make), only to end up looking ridiculous!
Unless I am in some kind of crazy hurry, getting temporarily lost or misdirected in NYC is always a blessing, because it allows me to stumble upon amazing finds like this fantastic Neon Tiger. I spotted this beauty, from the sidewalk, inside a casual-menswear boutique called Blue In Green, which is located on Greene Street, one block north of Canal, in SoHo. Grrr.
Geoffrey and I happened to be at Grand Central Station recently, waiting to board a train out of the city for the afternoon, when we happily discovered that we had an interesting opportunity to pass the time other than exploring the terminal’s impressive food court: we went to see a Brooks Brothers fashion exhibit.