Well Iâ€™m totally in love. Dries van Noten went ahead and combined loungewear, jewel tones and Japanese inspired fashion (all things that are good). Thanks to Stylesight, you too can fall in love!
Were I to see a boy in these pink satin pants, I would promptly ask him to marry me.
But Iâ€™m also considering marrying this kimono top.
Though Iâ€™d settle for a date with these sandals, or maybe a pair of my own. And look! The Thom Browne flood pants have found yet another home!
If you can get away with wearing yellow shoes that look like slippers, youâ€™re a winner in my book.
If yellowâ€™s too much, grab a pair in black, and donâ€™t be afraid to pair them with a tank top! In fact, I encourage it! Itâ€™s never made sense to me why tanks arenâ€™t more prevalent in spring/summer menswear, besides the fact that â€˜most guys donâ€™t wear tanks,â€™ which is just stupid and needs to change and CAN change, if more designers just do their part. So Dries van Noten, for this and for myriad other things, I salute you!
I’d probably end up liking anything that was paired with this gold blazer.
See-through shirts peppered this collection, usually under V-neck tees and cardigans but sometimes (brazenly!) by themselves.
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