What I’m Wearing – Fashion Conscious Choices for Money Conscious People

I received a few compliments on the outfit I put together tonight. I have also been watching a lot of fashion related video podcasts since I got my iPhone.

So, I thought I’d have some fun and do a magazine type ” What He’s Wearing” for this post.

This wasn’t an expensive outfit to put together.  Most of the pieces were around the $50 range, with the exception of the jacket (which was about $260 retail) and the shirt (which I believe was around $69.)

Straw Fedora by Calvin Klein.  I picked it up at the CK outlet store while on vacation in Fort Myers, Florida this year.

Grey Blazer is by a Toronto designer, Hush Von Osafo. I saw it a few weeks ago, and was thinking about it way too much to not pick it up.

White Tuxedo Shirt by Armani Exchange.

Necklaces were picked up at H&M in NYC, and Aldo in Toronto.

Slim Black jeans by Levi’s.

Black plastic Converse shoes with red threading were a gift.  The red threading subtly compliments the red lining on the pocket of the jacket.  You couldn’t really see it in the photo of the jacket being worn so I took a separate photo.

You could dress this outfit up by wearing brown pointed toe dress shoes, and tucking in the shirt.  The running shoes give it more of a casual look allowing the shirt to remain untucked.


Jef Kearns plays urban soul music on flute.  Check out his stylin’ music on
his website and iTunes.

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2 Responses to What I’m Wearing – Fashion Conscious Choices for Money Conscious People

  1. Cheekie says:

    You is FLY! Great post. Limited funds allow you to be creative, which is what fashion is all about!! 😀

  2. the look of a hip musician

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