Hola Como Estas! Konichiwa!
It’s good to be back with a style post. I mentioned from my previous post how good dressing keeps me grounded and it always has.
My fascination with traditional and twist is the key factor why I continue to look for ways of elevating my personal style to keep me in my wavelength. What I’m trying to say is I always like to try new things and experiment with different forms of clothing because it adds spice to my life. Risk-taking is something I’m comfortable with.
Another thing I find comfort in doing is seeing talent and helping the people who possess it move forward with the innate ability that they have – the ability to create something that moves the eyes and the soul. Talent needs presentation and one of my good friends has a way of doing so.
Kimonos are his current obsessions of creating. With the rise of stylistas wearing kimonos in the fashion streets around the globe, it’s safe to say that the traditional always has its way of returning and this time, as an outerwear.
The flowy length and the Japanese cut properly contrasts with the edge of the any urban backdrop from around the world. It could also be an alternative for coats and would make even greater statements from a day-to-day street-werqing to a fine cocktails occasion.
I, for one, would also invest in this type of garment because aside from its comfort, voice, and cultural importance, it also makes me want to fly – a boy can dream, right? Haha
Thank you Jordan Salvo for letting me wear one of your creations!
Outfit details: Kimono custom-made by Jordan Salvo; Thrifted V-neck Sports Top; Pants from H&M; Watch from Nautica; Sandals from Zalora