Army of The Brave

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

(Cheap Monday shirt, Tosavica jeans, Diesel watch, COS shoes)

Recently I'm into this grandad kind of collars. Since us boys do not have as many options as women do, so a little detail like this enable to give something slightly different to an outfit. Whether you tuck it in or leave it out, button to the top or leave a couple undone, roll your sleeves...this is an item that will adapt to changes in temperature and fomality with ease. Make sure to pair it with a statement accesories like my new Diesel chunky watch from Urban Icon to bring your look to the next level. 

Spring Wishlist

Monday, May 11, 2015


(Han Kjobenhavn sunglasses, Marc by Marc Jacobs watch, Louis Vuitton Monogram bag, Robert Geller tee, DSQUARED2 coat, Viktor & Rolf shoes)

Unloaded some of favorite pieces out of all the things I've saved on my desktop this past week and thought this would make such a good spring uniform. When I make these collages, I usually dote on one or two pieces, but this one, this one I'm lusting major over everything. I love that all of those items are classic yet trendy at the same time. They definitely will catch people's attention but won't go out of style.

Logo Mania

Tuesday, April 21, 2015
1. Maison Kitsune t-shirt 
2. MCM bifold wallet 
3. Kenzo tote bag
 4. AMI sweatshirt 
5. Opening Ceremony t-shirt 
6. Carven cutout sweatshirt


After years in the fashion wilderness, the look-at-me logo is back. Designers started putting their brand names all over their clothes and accesories. And it looks like this trend will not go away soon, thanks to street style stars and rappers. The rise of social media also has to do with it, you know, people want to wear something recognisable. Here, I breakdown some of my favorite logo items..

Pyjama Party

Monday, April 13, 2015

(H&M shirt, Levis jeans, Zara sneakers or similar here)

The Morning After. One of those falling-out-of-bed-head-full-of-lead moments. Going to have a breakfast and realize that nothing left in the house to eat or drink. Well now you don't even have to get dressed to run to the grocery store! All you have to do is throw some shoes on with your PJs and maybe add a blazer or sweater and you're all set! Talk about convenience at its finest! The key to rocking a pajama look without getting strange stares in the street is to distinguish your outfit as being removed from the bedroom. If in doubt, avoid other aligning trends like smoking slippers and bed hair. Going for all these things together can create a very effective and thematic look, but it’s hard to pull this off outside the house. If you want to play it safer, contrasts are your friend. Instead, pair your pyjama pieces with exactly the kind of things you wouldn’t wear to bed.