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Lucky Irish Green

Good number 4

Feeling the luck of the Irish no ? Well you will when you take a nice stroll through the park in this dapper outfit. Some of my styling work done to complete one of Joe’s Custom Clothier Suits. Everything Joe’s Custom Clothier made from bowtie, to pocket square, to floral pin, to white button down shirt.

My inspiration for this suit was the Irish Spring feeling, but considering that it is summer, and one of my favorite colors is green I said what the heck why not. I might be breaking some rules as a fashionista, but at the end of the day who cares. If you can make it look good on you, and you love it that is all that matters.

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Smooth Operator

Bonjour! ¬†World so here is my latest thought’s nothing to deep this week. So who ever thinks that an Afro can not look professional in a cooperate setting has obviously never meet a gentleman like me. It is not like I am working in food otherwise I would see the need to be bald, or wear a hair net. I hate the thought of my own hair in my food when I am at home I pull my own hair back before I eat off my own cooked plate. Though to not be able to wear an Afro in the professional corporate world , because it is deemed not a professional norm is funny to me.

In this outfit I went really simple everything you see that I have on was all thrift-ed here is the build bellow.

  • Khaki Trench Coat
  • Black Button Down shirt
  • Slim Fitted Wool pants
  • Brown Belt
  • Brown Wing-tips

You could cast me from detective, to 9-5 cubical Micheal with Regions to, young c.e.o, male print model, etc. Either way you cast me I am still that smooth operator with a thick Afro.

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