Personal Style

Black Olive

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I love playing with the concept of androgyny. I believe clothes are (should be) genderless and I love seeing people play with their own interpretation of gender neutral clothing. 
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This olive coat is one of my favorite pieces. The color is heavy and muted yet beautiful. Again, I love wearing my coats as capes for no other reason than aesthetics.
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I love a good fitted dress shirt. They are just clean and effortlessly chic. You can hardly go wrong with plain colors and the semi-high collar adds just enough formality without being all the way clerical.IMG_0173IMG_0204 IMG_0174 IMG_0176 IMG_0178 IMG_0181IMG_0202IMG_0141

Minimal accessories. The metallic buttons both on the shirt and coat already serve as attention focuses without making the outfit feel “extra”.IMG_0258IMG_0254

These are by far my all time favorite shoes. These boots are not only comfortable but super bad-ass. I’ve always had a soft spot for the military look so they are the perfect finish to this look.

Coat: Burberry

Shirt: Online store (let me know if you want the link – mainland China only shipping)

Jeans: Redbat

Boots: Online store no longer in business

Purse: Gifted (no idea where it’s from)

Watch: Fittos (gifted)

Earrings: Diamond studs from H&M


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