MILAN - Part Two of the t-shirt and blazer ensemble witnesses a shift in character.
In Part One of Blazin Tees, Sasha Marini donned the t-shirt and blazer in a rebellious fashion (à la Tom Rebl), while this dandy gentleman, whose style was captured on the very street where Marini stood only hours earlier, exudes prep and colour. I'm fond of the cotton blazer, and even more so of how it works nicely when bunched with the t-shirt. This Blazin Tee outfit is one I plan on emulating once this Canadian cold subsides.
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