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Just when you think

you’re style’s completely changed and contemplating whether a plaid blazer you bought ages ago still works with your style that you’ve evolved to think was a bit more minimal, give it another go. I love this blazer. Yes, it has slight grandpa vibes and, in some ways, you’re right. I got it probably 13 or 14 years ago, but from designer Libertine whose collection at the time was reconstructed from deconstructed vintage blazers (modern touch with silk screening — ambiguous numbers, in this case). Because I think blazers can be any outfit’s best friend, I wasn’t ready to put it under glass casing just yet (it’d go next to my future armadillo shoe — only one’s necessary / *fashion is art*). To be quite honest, this outfit was actually a bit of a mistake, but I liked it better than the one I had in mind. I just gave the archaic masterpiece a chance — and then another 10 years — when it was next in queue before the mirror tied with the rest of the ensemble.



Wearing: Sandro Coat // Libertine Jacket // John Elliott Tee // Acne Studios Pants // Pierre Hardy Shoes (other great color way) // Celine Sunglasses // Photography: Paige Campbell Linden

New York Street Style | Men's Trench Coat | Fall High Fashion Outfit | Men's Fashion Blogger Talun Zeitoun
New York Street Style | Men's Trench Coat | Fall High Fashion Outfit | Men's Fashion Blogger Talun Zeitoun

New York Street Style | Men's Trench Coat | Fall High Fashion Outfit | Men's Fashion Blogger Talun Zeitoun
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New York Street Style | Men's Trench Coat | Fall High Fashion Outfit | Men's Fashion Blogger Talun Zeitoun
New York Street Style | Men's Trench Coat | Fall High Fashion Outfit | Men's Fashion Blogger Talun Zeitoun