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let’s face it this is exactly what dean and frank are up to at the moment

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This Is My Version Of Subtle
An OOTD From Amsterdam 
I guess my brain must be missing the less-is-more filter because apparently my idea of subtle still involves shiny fabrics and bright colors. To my defense, at least I stuck to all solids instead of any print on print combos. Seeee! Subtle right? Anyway, questionable color choices aside, there’s still quite a few things I really love about this outfit. First of all there’s the simplicity of the white shirt. When you’re used to a lot of prints, it’s sometimes easy to forget that a crisp, clean white button down can make just as big a statement as any bold pattern. I also love the juxtaposition of the dressier trousers with a more casual sports sandal. I mean granted the sandals are a glittery gold, but the idea of mixing the two separate styles in a way that still works and is comfortable (bonus points!) could be a fun way to experiment with clothes in your wardrobe. And lastly, there’s the silver jacket. When you add such a loud piece like this to your closet - you’re kinda like wait, why did I do this again - but now I’m finding that it’s actually proving to be very versatile. On its own it can be pretty flashy but if you tone it down with a pair of black or white pants, it becomes almost as neutral as wearing a non-shimmery shade of grey. 
On another note, the pictures were taken during a recent trip to Amsterdam. I took the day to explore the EYE which is a film museum. Oddly enough, I spent most of my time outside admiring the architecture of the building than I did inside exploring the exhibits.
(Shot this in Amsterdam at the EYE film museum. Be sure to follow me on Instagram @oh_anthonio for more photos of my Amsterdam experience!)
Wearing:
Boohoo Jacket  //  Calvin Klein Shirt  //  ASOS Trousers  //  Teva x Opening Ceremony Sandals  //  Gant Rugger Sunglasses
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This Is My Version Of Subtle
An OOTD From Amsterdam 
I guess my brain must be missing the less-is-more filter because apparently my idea of subtle still involves shiny fabrics and bright colors. To my defense, at least I stuck to all solids instead of any print on print combos. Seeee! Subtle right? Anyway, questionable color choices aside, there’s still quite a few things I really love about this outfit. First of all there’s the simplicity of the white shirt. When you’re used to a lot of prints, it’s sometimes easy to forget that a crisp, clean white button down can make just as big a statement as any bold pattern. I also love the juxtaposition of the dressier trousers with a more casual sports sandal. I mean granted the sandals are a glittery gold, but the idea of mixing the two separate styles in a way that still works and is comfortable (bonus points!) could be a fun way to experiment with clothes in your wardrobe. And lastly, there’s the silver jacket. When you add such a loud piece like this to your closet - you’re kinda like wait, why did I do this again - but now I’m finding that it’s actually proving to be very versatile. On its own it can be pretty flashy but if you tone it down with a pair of black or white pants, it becomes almost as neutral as wearing a non-shimmery shade of grey. 
On another note, the pictures were taken during a recent trip to Amsterdam. I took the day to explore the EYE which is a film museum. Oddly enough, I spent most of my time outside admiring the architecture of the building than I did inside exploring the exhibits.
(Shot this in Amsterdam at the EYE film museum. Be sure to follow me on Instagram @oh_anthonio for more photos of my Amsterdam experience!)
Wearing:
Boohoo Jacket  //  Calvin Klein Shirt  //  ASOS Trousers  //  Teva x Opening Ceremony Sandals  //  Gant Rugger Sunglasses
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This Is My Version Of Subtle
An OOTD From Amsterdam 
I guess my brain must be missing the less-is-more filter because apparently my idea of subtle still involves shiny fabrics and bright colors. To my defense, at least I stuck to all solids instead of any print on print combos. Seeee! Subtle right? Anyway, questionable color choices aside, there’s still quite a few things I really love about this outfit. First of all there’s the simplicity of the white shirt. When you’re used to a lot of prints, it’s sometimes easy to forget that a crisp, clean white button down can make just as big a statement as any bold pattern. I also love the juxtaposition of the dressier trousers with a more casual sports sandal. I mean granted the sandals are a glittery gold, but the idea of mixing the two separate styles in a way that still works and is comfortable (bonus points!) could be a fun way to experiment with clothes in your wardrobe. And lastly, there’s the silver jacket. When you add such a loud piece like this to your closet - you’re kinda like wait, why did I do this again - but now I’m finding that it’s actually proving to be very versatile. On its own it can be pretty flashy but if you tone it down with a pair of black or white pants, it becomes almost as neutral as wearing a non-shimmery shade of grey. 
On another note, the pictures were taken during a recent trip to Amsterdam. I took the day to explore the EYE which is a film museum. Oddly enough, I spent most of my time outside admiring the architecture of the building than I did inside exploring the exhibits.
(Shot this in Amsterdam at the EYE film museum. Be sure to follow me on Instagram @oh_anthonio for more photos of my Amsterdam experience!)
Wearing:
Boohoo Jacket  //  Calvin Klein Shirt  //  ASOS Trousers  //  Teva x Opening Ceremony Sandals  //  Gant Rugger Sunglasses
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This Is My Version Of Subtle
An OOTD From Amsterdam 
I guess my brain must be missing the less-is-more filter because apparently my idea of subtle still involves shiny fabrics and bright colors. To my defense, at least I stuck to all solids instead of any print on print combos. Seeee! Subtle right? Anyway, questionable color choices aside, there’s still quite a few things I really love about this outfit. First of all there’s the simplicity of the white shirt. When you’re used to a lot of prints, it’s sometimes easy to forget that a crisp, clean white button down can make just as big a statement as any bold pattern. I also love the juxtaposition of the dressier trousers with a more casual sports sandal. I mean granted the sandals are a glittery gold, but the idea of mixing the two separate styles in a way that still works and is comfortable (bonus points!) could be a fun way to experiment with clothes in your wardrobe. And lastly, there’s the silver jacket. When you add such a loud piece like this to your closet - you’re kinda like wait, why did I do this again - but now I’m finding that it’s actually proving to be very versatile. On its own it can be pretty flashy but if you tone it down with a pair of black or white pants, it becomes almost as neutral as wearing a non-shimmery shade of grey. 
On another note, the pictures were taken during a recent trip to Amsterdam. I took the day to explore the EYE which is a film museum. Oddly enough, I spent most of my time outside admiring the architecture of the building than I did inside exploring the exhibits.
(Shot this in Amsterdam at the EYE film museum. Be sure to follow me on Instagram @oh_anthonio for more photos of my Amsterdam experience!)
Wearing:
Boohoo Jacket  //  Calvin Klein Shirt  //  ASOS Trousers  //  Teva x Opening Ceremony Sandals  //  Gant Rugger Sunglasses
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This Is My Version Of Subtle
An OOTD From Amsterdam 
I guess my brain must be missing the less-is-more filter because apparently my idea of subtle still involves shiny fabrics and bright colors. To my defense, at least I stuck to all solids instead of any print on print combos. Seeee! Subtle right? Anyway, questionable color choices aside, there’s still quite a few things I really love about this outfit. First of all there’s the simplicity of the white shirt. When you’re used to a lot of prints, it’s sometimes easy to forget that a crisp, clean white button down can make just as big a statement as any bold pattern. I also love the juxtaposition of the dressier trousers with a more casual sports sandal. I mean granted the sandals are a glittery gold, but the idea of mixing the two separate styles in a way that still works and is comfortable (bonus points!) could be a fun way to experiment with clothes in your wardrobe. And lastly, there’s the silver jacket. When you add such a loud piece like this to your closet - you’re kinda like wait, why did I do this again - but now I’m finding that it’s actually proving to be very versatile. On its own it can be pretty flashy but if you tone it down with a pair of black or white pants, it becomes almost as neutral as wearing a non-shimmery shade of grey. 
On another note, the pictures were taken during a recent trip to Amsterdam. I took the day to explore the EYE which is a film museum. Oddly enough, I spent most of my time outside admiring the architecture of the building than I did inside exploring the exhibits.
(Shot this in Amsterdam at the EYE film museum. Be sure to follow me on Instagram @oh_anthonio for more photos of my Amsterdam experience!)
Wearing:
Boohoo Jacket  //  Calvin Klein Shirt  //  ASOS Trousers  //  Teva x Opening Ceremony Sandals  //  Gant Rugger Sunglasses
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This Is My Version Of Subtle
An OOTD From Amsterdam 
I guess my brain must be missing the less-is-more filter because apparently my idea of subtle still involves shiny fabrics and bright colors. To my defense, at least I stuck to all solids instead of any print on print combos. Seeee! Subtle right? Anyway, questionable color choices aside, there’s still quite a few things I really love about this outfit. First of all there’s the simplicity of the white shirt. When you’re used to a lot of prints, it’s sometimes easy to forget that a crisp, clean white button down can make just as big a statement as any bold pattern. I also love the juxtaposition of the dressier trousers with a more casual sports sandal. I mean granted the sandals are a glittery gold, but the idea of mixing the two separate styles in a way that still works and is comfortable (bonus points!) could be a fun way to experiment with clothes in your wardrobe. And lastly, there’s the silver jacket. When you add such a loud piece like this to your closet - you’re kinda like wait, why did I do this again - but now I’m finding that it’s actually proving to be very versatile. On its own it can be pretty flashy but if you tone it down with a pair of black or white pants, it becomes almost as neutral as wearing a non-shimmery shade of grey. 
On another note, the pictures were taken during a recent trip to Amsterdam. I took the day to explore the EYE which is a film museum. Oddly enough, I spent most of my time outside admiring the architecture of the building than I did inside exploring the exhibits.
(Shot this in Amsterdam at the EYE film museum. Be sure to follow me on Instagram @oh_anthonio for more photos of my Amsterdam experience!)
Wearing:
Boohoo Jacket  //  Calvin Klein Shirt  //  ASOS Trousers  //  Teva x Opening Ceremony Sandals  //  Gant Rugger Sunglasses
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This Is My Version Of Subtle
An OOTD From Amsterdam 
I guess my brain must be missing the less-is-more filter because apparently my idea of subtle still involves shiny fabrics and bright colors. To my defense, at least I stuck to all solids instead of any print on print combos. Seeee! Subtle right? Anyway, questionable color choices aside, there’s still quite a few things I really love about this outfit. First of all there’s the simplicity of the white shirt. When you’re used to a lot of prints, it’s sometimes easy to forget that a crisp, clean white button down can make just as big a statement as any bold pattern. I also love the juxtaposition of the dressier trousers with a more casual sports sandal. I mean granted the sandals are a glittery gold, but the idea of mixing the two separate styles in a way that still works and is comfortable (bonus points!) could be a fun way to experiment with clothes in your wardrobe. And lastly, there’s the silver jacket. When you add such a loud piece like this to your closet - you’re kinda like wait, why did I do this again - but now I’m finding that it’s actually proving to be very versatile. On its own it can be pretty flashy but if you tone it down with a pair of black or white pants, it becomes almost as neutral as wearing a non-shimmery shade of grey. 
On another note, the pictures were taken during a recent trip to Amsterdam. I took the day to explore the EYE which is a film museum. Oddly enough, I spent most of my time outside admiring the architecture of the building than I did inside exploring the exhibits.
(Shot this in Amsterdam at the EYE film museum. Be sure to follow me on Instagram @oh_anthonio for more photos of my Amsterdam experience!)
Wearing:
Boohoo Jacket  //  Calvin Klein Shirt  //  ASOS Trousers  //  Teva x Opening Ceremony Sandals  //  Gant Rugger Sunglasses
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This Is My Version Of Subtle
An OOTD From Amsterdam 
I guess my brain must be missing the less-is-more filter because apparently my idea of subtle still involves shiny fabrics and bright colors. To my defense, at least I stuck to all solids instead of any print on print combos. Seeee! Subtle right? Anyway, questionable color choices aside, there’s still quite a few things I really love about this outfit. First of all there’s the simplicity of the white shirt. When you’re used to a lot of prints, it’s sometimes easy to forget that a crisp, clean white button down can make just as big a statement as any bold pattern. I also love the juxtaposition of the dressier trousers with a more casual sports sandal. I mean granted the sandals are a glittery gold, but the idea of mixing the two separate styles in a way that still works and is comfortable (bonus points!) could be a fun way to experiment with clothes in your wardrobe. And lastly, there’s the silver jacket. When you add such a loud piece like this to your closet - you’re kinda like wait, why did I do this again - but now I’m finding that it’s actually proving to be very versatile. On its own it can be pretty flashy but if you tone it down with a pair of black or white pants, it becomes almost as neutral as wearing a non-shimmery shade of grey. 
On another note, the pictures were taken during a recent trip to Amsterdam. I took the day to explore the EYE which is a film museum. Oddly enough, I spent most of my time outside admiring the architecture of the building than I did inside exploring the exhibits.
(Shot this in Amsterdam at the EYE film museum. Be sure to follow me on Instagram @oh_anthonio for more photos of my Amsterdam experience!)
Wearing:
Boohoo Jacket  //  Calvin Klein Shirt  //  ASOS Trousers  //  Teva x Opening Ceremony Sandals  //  Gant Rugger Sunglasses
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This Is My Version Of Subtle

An OOTD From Amsterdam 

I guess my brain must be missing the less-is-more filter because apparently my idea of subtle still involves shiny fabrics and bright colors. To my defense, at least I stuck to all solids instead of any print on print combos. Seeee! Subtle right? Anyway, questionable color choices aside, there’s still quite a few things I really love about this outfit. First of all there’s the simplicity of the white shirt. When you’re used to a lot of prints, it’s sometimes easy to forget that a crisp, clean white button down can make just as big a statement as any bold pattern. I also love the juxtaposition of the dressier trousers with a more casual sports sandal. I mean granted the sandals are a glittery gold, but the idea of mixing the two separate styles in a way that still works and is comfortable (bonus points!) could be a fun way to experiment with clothes in your wardrobe. And lastly, there’s the silver jacket. When you add such a loud piece like this to your closet - you’re kinda like wait, why did I do this again - but now I’m finding that it’s actually proving to be very versatile. On its own it can be pretty flashy but if you tone it down with a pair of black or white pants, it becomes almost as neutral as wearing a non-shimmery shade of grey. 

On another note, the pictures were taken during a recent trip to Amsterdam. I took the day to explore the EYE which is a film museum. Oddly enough, I spent most of my time outside admiring the architecture of the building than I did inside exploring the exhibits.

(Shot this in Amsterdam at the EYE film museum. Be sure to follow me on Instagram @oh_anthonio for more photos of my Amsterdam experience!)

Wearing:

Boohoo Jacket  //  Calvin Klein Shirt  //  ASOS Trousers  //  Teva x Opening Ceremony Sandals  //  Gant Rugger Sunglasses

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  3. Exposure: 1/4000th
  4. Focal Length: 105mm
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Success is the only Option!Going Huge- a Gentleman’s Blog

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  1. Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark III
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  3. Exposure: 1/320th
  4. Focal Length: 194mm