I went to my first art gallery opening as a junior in high school - that was a long time agoooo. I stood next to artist Larry Rivers, not realizing (at the time) his contributions to contemporary art. I did however pay attention to his style. It was a unkempt but deliberate. Some thought went into his look. I was especially drawn to his shoes. They were sneakers, Adidas maybe, not sure because he had spray painted them with a bronze metallic [and it was more than 30 years ago!]... But, they were so fucking cool.... that, I remember. So, what's my point? The take away is this: break the rules, change it up, mix-n-match, push the envelope, think outside the box, anything goes, express yourself, be quirky, be whimsical and most of all, have fun with style when gallery hopping. Or always.
Blazer, Ferragamo. Shirt, Paul Smith. Belt, Gap. Jeans, Uniqlo. Bracelets, Jade & Coral, Hong Kong. Pocket Square, vintage. Sandals, Banana Republic.