[vc_row][vc_column][vc_masonry_media_grid grid_id=”vc_gid:1443086006501-f06d5196-38fa-8″ include=”19,18,17,16,15,10,11,12,14″][vc_column_text]So my cousin called me up and asked me if I wanted to join him for a music album launch boat party. I rarely say no to parties, so I agreed. Soon after boarding the boat, while it was still docked, we realized the party was going to be a bust. Unwilling to waste our night, we pushed up our sleeves and decided to crash the med and engineering school boat party that was about to start on the other side of the docks. Pretending to be students from the same school, we grabbed a couple of tickets and made our way on to that boat.
This chess board blazer was a real conversation starter and soon we were the popular kids on the boat. Our attire and the fact we didn’t know anything about medicine or engineering made it obvious we didn’t go to that school. So we had to “reveal” to a few of them that we were “social analysts” (whatever that means) and were hired by the school to collect some social stats from the party. We sure had a few good laughs and a great time. Unfortunately the camera didn’t make it on to the boat so I have no pictures from the party, but I’m pretty sure the school does
As for the outfit, this is a case of two loud pieces neuteralizing each other. I used the royal blue chinos to anchor down the blazer, while the black shirt and turban provide a solid base for the blazer. I love these navy suede loafers for two reasons: First is because of the tassle, and second is because of the yellow sole. These loafers are super versatile and work effortlessly with this look here. I wanted to add another colour in the mix, and red/blue/white paisley pocket square added just the right amount.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]