yes, their boldness, their committment to their look is admirable, and they are creating a silhouette, which i respect. but really i don’t like their coats at all. hers reminds me of ton sur ton circa 1980anything. his is classic, so it’s unexceptional, though he is wearing it with a rebellious spirit, so that’s something. a nice contradiction. i really don’t like hers though.
While I do enjoy oversized, I do believe that one can go too far, and I think the girl most definitely has (I’m also not a fan of the denim). I do, however, admire the silhouette of the outfit. His is classic, you can’t really go wrong with a navy toggle coat.
The blue coat is the kind you are supposed to love, but you’re heart isn’t in it. Too gimmcky. The volume trend isn’t wearable or flattering. I like her boldness and respect the choice, but it’s not really chic in my eye.
Jean!? I had to look closely to make sure. I imagine you walking down the street and seeing these two… and thinking they really stand out. And although they are certainly individuals (esp. the jean coat), I just can’t get excited about them. I am not even being sarcastic when I say I would have been more excited if her coat had been a burlap sack instead of a jean sack.
The denim coat looks so much 80s Japanese stuff. I would love it in another fabric, maybe something shiny. The duffle is always a classic staple. I like the fact that he owns it, it does not overpower him, which many duffle coats do to their wearers.