Monochrome Tigers

I miss my gray/grey hair. However, I would never go back to dying my hair again. It took so much time and effort to maintain. Still, we never know. I might go back at it again. Haha It was the time when almost anything I wear was elevated simply because my hair was gray/grey. It was also strange how I automatically did not mind the stares I get every time I go out. I’m not sure but I think it’s because I just don’t care what other people think. There are only a few people I know whose thoughts matter.

If you are the type of guy who finds it a bit awkward in playing around with print then here’s a tip for you. Black and white is the easiest and the most basic hues you will encounter. don’t get me wrong because that is a good start. You don’t have to dye your hair. Haha You can start with black and white prints. You can also opt for prints that only take up 25% to 50% of the shirt. That way, you can smoothly transition to color and shirts that are in full print. 
Photos by: Sophia Sanchez
Pullover: Topman
Pants: Topman
Sunglasses: Penshoppe
It does take time to learn how to play with prints and color. It is very tricky. Don’t you worry! Once you get the hang of it, you will mix and match like it’s in the back of your head. Just take small steps. Don’t get me started with proportions. I don’t know how Koreans do it but they are really good at it. Well, that is for another blog post. Just stick with the basics for now and put a little spin to it.
this whole look revolved around my shirt. I had to tone down the other elements because of the pullover. Hey, how often do you see a guy with a lot of Tigers printed on a jersey pullover? Anyway, I just put on white khaki pants and a pair of black leather shoes. Topped it off with black framed sunglasses. It’s that simple! Just 3 items and 1 accessory!