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How To Style This Thing: Off-White Printed Logo Top

We're going in a completely unexpected direction with this. No jeans, no sneakers, no sweatpants. Approved?
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Everybody wants a piece of Virgil Abloh’s Off-White. Proof? We initially started off with the white high-neck version of the top in question for this week’s “How To Style This Thing”, but found out just this morning that it was no longer available. And it’s only been four days since we last saw it! No matter, at least the red one’s still around. (Not for long though, that we can promise you.)

Logo pieces are easy to work with. A pair of jeans, some white sneakers, an everyday bag and you’re good. But because we love a challenge, we’re going to go in a different direction with this. No sweatpants, no sneakers, no caps.

Cropped gingham pants, block heel loafers and simple gold-tone sunglasses give a sixties-inspired contrast, while a red bag builds on the look’s red accents. A striped duster coat – worn tied or left open – gives that final touch of pizzazz. That’s stripes, checks, pearls, red and logomania all in one look. All the bases covered, but you’ll still look super coordinated and super fly.


Off-White Printed Cotton-Terry Top


A.W.A.K.E. Gingham Wide-Leg Pants


Gucci Marmont Pearl Embellished Suede Pumps


Joseph Striped Cotton-Silk Wrap Dress


J.W. Anderson Pierce Medium Shoulder Bag


Ray-Ban Round Frame Gold Tone Sunglasses

Main Image: Nabile Quenum

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