Mjolk Spring 2009

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Published July 7, 2008

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Hello bag.

You look amazing.

Hope to see you soon.

Bye!

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7 thoughts on “Mjolk Spring 2009”

  1. I’m loving those double-wrapped belts and the shrunken vest. I’m pleasantly surprised that contemporary menswear is getting a more androgynous feel to it, with colours and shapes. That travel bag looks perfect to trips to the airport, definitely a great weekender bag.

  2. I’m loving those double-wrapped belts and the shrunken vest. I’m pleasantly surprised that contemporary menswear is getting a more androgynous feel to it, with colours and shapes. That travel bag looks perfect to trips to the airport, definitely a great weekender bag.

  3. I’m loving those double-wrapped belts and the shrunken vest. I’m pleasantly surprised that contemporary menswear is getting a more androgynous feel to it, with colours and shapes. That travel bag looks perfect to trips to the airport, definitely a great weekender bag.

  4. I have a question on taste: would you wear knee high socks with these looks? I’ve always had this urge to pull a Sound of Music-esque look off (ya know, shorts paired with high socks and oxfords, minus the costume campyness).

  5. I have a question on taste: would you wear knee high socks with these looks? I’ve always had this urge to pull a Sound of Music-esque look off (ya know, shorts paired with high socks and oxfords, minus the costume campyness).

  6. I have a question on taste: would you wear knee high socks with these looks? I’ve always had this urge to pull a Sound of Music-esque look off (ya know, shorts paired with high socks and oxfords, minus the costume campyness).

  7. I have not worn socks in a couple months, because California’s summer has been horrible, but I do love wearing socks during the rest of the year. I alternate between extra long wool hiking socks and knee highs with boots. For tennis shoes, oxfords, or the like with pants/jeans, I go sockless or wear falke’s invisible socks. When I’m wearing shorts, I go sockless or wear knee highs scrunched or all the way up depending how well they compliment my shorts. For example, I have a pair of black wool shorts that look great with charcoal socks pulled all the way up.

    In short, the pairing of long socks + shorts is not difficult to pull off as long as you’re playing with colors and/or textures well. I would never incorporate athletic highs with a striped top. If there is too much of a break that is not complimentary, the eye leads to wondering why you are wearing what you are wearing. Ouch.

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