Outfit inspiration. Ivy style.
Sometimes, you just need to take a moment to flex your creativity, plan an outfit you may never wear, dig through your closet to find pieces you love that you forgot you even had.
Getting into outfit planning – mixing colors and basic blocks – is a fun way to help me shake things up, keep me from always grabbing the same clothes over and over. Sometimes you create outfits to inspire others, sometimes you do it for you. The “Weejun’s Closet” series – it’s going to be a little bit of both.
This series is a collaboration with Hutton of Northampton – which is absolutely a company I play a big part in, and you can find out about my role in Hutton’s revival here. Yes, I’m “that” Gary.
So yes, you will see repeats of Hutton products featured in these posts. Creative ways I think up to style our classic Type 01 desert boots and our Hutton Playtime – some that are unique colourations and even the rare, limited edition Sprint Runs not many have in their closets.
Yes, you’ll also see repeats of my favourite staples often – jeans, chinos, watches, belts, even some shirts that I can’t live without.
Some I’ll end up wearing for the day, making a feature on one of my “out for a walk” posts on my Instagram, others I’ll forget about until I browse through old posts and decide I’d actually like to wear that outfit I planned eons ago.
Who’s to say. But I thought this would be a fun project, and once I started outfit planning, I reckoned I could easily put dozens and dozens of outfits together. It’s creative, it’s cathartic, it’s fun.
Featured in This Combo
- Shirt : Vintage 1960s deadstock Made in India no brand Bleeding Madras S/S
- Suit: J Keydge Olive Cotton Twill slack jacket and frog mouth trousers
- Desert boots: Hutton Type 01 in Havana Sand
- Watch: YEMA Rallygraf ‘Formica’ Chronograph 1975
- Sunglasses: Persol PO3260 (reissue of Ratti 69262 model) in Dark Tortoise + Green lenses
- Belt – Vintage surcingle
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