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So its blog entry number 2! Riveting no??
I will add again this time around that I am not claiming any ownership for photos and this is still based on opinion and all that kind of stuff yada yada yada……
So this time around after the layers talk last time now onto colours and destroyed looks. In full swing right now yet still on the come up, are good ole’ pastel colours. I am talking faded browns, greens, greys, beiges etc as will be shown in some pictures which I will attach to explain. When I am ever out and about I’m always looking at who is wearing what and how. Within many style blogs, look books, and in general these sorts of colours and styles seem to be very much the in thing (along with your greyscale colours, black white and anything in between). I don’t know if it is just that it is a more earthy or natural sort of look but when it is done properly you will automatically catch peoples’ attention!
Case in point with some images below….
These also go along with the layered theme that I mentioned in the first blog as well, I think the faded look just works really well; stylish, casual, and your look will grab the attention in the room! (That is any room you decide to turn up in you will be the hero). I don’t know if I can say all the names so for example the yeez…. (Yeah that one) season 2 collection is a lot of earthy colours and oversized sweats. Now in my opinion it goes a bit overboard with some of their styles and 100% with the pricing but not much can really be done about that! Again lots of clothes within these colour schemes can be found in many online outlet stores so you don’t have to spend a bomb if you want to try going for the look.
With the current in style of colours, I can see on the horizon another colour explosion soon within fashion where bright colours start coming back to centre stage. Especially with the layer game strong it will be easy for people to mix and match both looks together to come up with some awesome styles.
Destroyed styles are also in! To be fair, this isn’t a very new one but more is being done to test the boundaries and there are some really cool looks that can be achieved. Destroyed sweaters and jackets, cut and sew tops, ripped jeans and destroyed denims. All a part of a reckless ‘I don’t care but I really do’ kind of look!
I have never really found a good pair of ripped jeans that suit me and I’m not all for a jacket with rips in it especially if it is going to cost a lot of money but to each his own! I am a big fan of the destroyed cut and sew hoody on the left side with the faded green and camo blend for something which is a different take to what’s out there! The other picture of course displaying the greyscale look with longline and oversized outerwear. (super skinny jeans look terrible on me in my opinion but if they work for you, you can really experiment with the longline, oversized layers look)
Hope you guys enjoyed this one and maybe got some tips along the way or some ideas about styles or combos for yourselves. If you do have any questions, anything to add, feedback, want any tips or anything you can email me. acethreadsofficial@gmail.com
Check out my own collection! Much love until next time.
Right, so this is the first time I’ve ever done this so you may have to be patient with me here.
To start with I am not claiming any rights or any ownership to any images posted on here and this is all just about my opinions about certain things in fashion. I am definitely not saying that I know best, or more than anyone else or some sort of all powerful knowledge as I know that there can be some over sensitive trolls online or in person who decide to read too much into EVERYTHING.
So let us get started…. LAYERS
Not a SHREK scenario where I’m comparing people or fashion to onions (even though maybe in future?) This time around I’m just talking about a particular style which I have been a fan of for a while and seems to be growing and growing.
While everyone wears layers it’s becoming more and more popular to display the layers you are wearing visibly. The easiest way that it can be rocked is a simple longline tee, oversized sweatshirt and then a jacket over both as can be seen below…..

An easy and effective way of combining colours and going for a very relaxed, hap hazardous (what a word) look. It can go for a rebellious look in terms of colours and combine the concepts such as the camo and grey on the left or to help blend the look from the beige to the black on the right.
There is also a picture below (the one in green) which shows you can have all the layers in one colour and then some footwear in a contrasting colour which can always provide a solid look! It can also be experimented with layers on the sleeves by rolling up the final layer once or twice to again show what is underneath and allows you to keep your accessory game strong! (I will be talking about accessories soon)

It is like an ‘I don’t care about my appearance, but as you can see I pull it off like a hero’ kind of look.
The relaxed styles seem to be very in at the moment with almost every fashion outlet shop/ online selling some sort of longline tees, hoodies and jackets options so it can be easy to combine with many things you currently have in your wardrobe to complete a new look without spending a horrendous amount of money! This isn’t just a look for guys either girls can pull looks like this off just as well!
I don’t even know how long one of these is supposed to be but for this one I will finish here. In future I will talk about a whole range of things so keep posted! I hope you enjoyed this first one.
If you have any questions or want to ask some advice about looks, styles or colours I can always offer my opinion where necessary if you want to get in touch! acethreadsofficial@gmail.com

Check out this blog from Vicki Chagger, very inciteful and she knows her fashion!
She's also been a great source of help to me throughout this journey so far and is an excellent photographer! Check out her work on the ACE photo shoot and keep an eye out on the blog! Click here to view her website,
What a fantastic day at Wireless! Able to bring out the new threads for some exposure and get the brand out there. Met some amazing people and received some great feedback and encouragement. A huge thank you to those that helped try on some of the hats as well I was able to find some very kind and approachable people. Definitely a must for next year!

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