Suits Redefined

Revamp is the new big rave…or is it? Given all the interesting inventions that exist, it fascinating to see that innovation never seems to seize. From mobile technology to computer gadgets to fashion, it’s obvious to see how far we’ve come with realizing revolutionary ideas. Interestingly, new products/concepts release is happening at a much faster pace than it did a few decades ago. For instance, mobile phones have quickly evolved to look more sleek and sophisticated within the last 10 years versus how they transformed from 1990’s to 2000’s. In the world of fashion, there has been a significant effort towards developing unconventional fabrics and contemporary fashion rules.

Classic fashion silhouettes are nice and all but it’s more refreshing to style in revamped versions. As much as I love to dress up in suits, it’s hard to ignore that they exist in limited options. Suits are typically one note in that they come in varying colors, separates length and design. Suit blazers are generally designed with buttons in a simple or double-breasted format. Until recently, I came across an interesting suit with an imaginative overlapping blazer design from the Uniqlo x Hana Tajima SS 2018 collection. The overlap design and button layout are ideal for creating a more obscure yet fashion-forward appeal. I admire the unconventional traits of the suit and how nice it fits.

I’ve included links (highlighted) to available outfit items below the first picture.



Suit Blazer & Pants – Uniqlo x Hana tajima          Shirt – Asos (in navy)          Vinyl Sandals – Zara (similar)
















Outfit: Suit Blazer & Pants – Uniqlo x Hana tajima          Shirt – Asos (in navy)          Vinyl Sandals – Zara (similar)


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