As an enduring symbol of effortless style, the grey hoodie is a piece that deserves a space in everybody’s winter wardrobe. Much like other staple silhouettes, this one comes in many shapes and forms, making choosing the perfect one a challenging task.
With each design devoid of any notable graphic treatment, the focus lies solely on cut and material. As all of these brands have been producing hoodies for years now, you can rest assured that they are good for starting any respectable collection.
Coming in at a slightly higher price point, the selection above serves to blur the line between luxury and streetwear even more. Featuring notable brands like Acne Studios, Juun.J, and Sasquatchfabrix., each piece promises years of wear.
Just when you thought it couldn’t get any more luxurious than the previous segment. Featuring favorites from Burberry and Helmut Lang, the above are only for the most experienced grey hoodie aficionados.
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Russian luxury brand Caviar has created a one-off pair of Apple Airpods Pro, wrapped in 18-karat gold. The luxe — and presumably quite heavy audio accessory — will set you back an eye-watering $67,280
Coming with a matching gold charging case, the Airpods are made from “750-content gold.” If you somehow happen to be in the market for insanely ostentatious tech, the Airpods are unfortunately already sold out. However, if you really feel the need to flex, Caviar also offers a range of luxury Airpod cases. The leather cases range between $1000 and $1150 and premium alligator leather or python skin versions priced at $139 to $1450.
This isn’t the first gold-dipped Apple product Caviar has produced. Back in October, the brand unveiled its iPhone 11 Pro “Discovery Solarius.” It’s constructed from 750-content gold and features a yellow sun diamond at the “12 o’clock” position. The Solaris “Full Gold” iPhone will set you back $65 730 for 64GB.
My feelings on style, and life, can be boiled down to one video: Juice vs. the Sauce. The sauce is innate. The sauce is everlasting. And if you’ve got the sauce in your style, you can find a dope fit anywhere. An expensive and or highly coveted piece may give you the juice, but the sauce it does not guarantee.
In an effort to prove this, we turned to Amazon to cull five affordable looks that are bona fide heat. Each of the looks styled here feature pieces that never go north of $180 and most of which fall in the $50 to $80 range. And with a focus on the utilitarian, they’re also incredibly easy to put together and pull off. Scroll through the looks to find some standout steals that’ll boost your wardrobe.
This RDX track suit is designed for weight loss, but it’ll also trim the fat from your dependence on more obvious, prominent brands. The blocked striping is lowkey killer, especially on the top as it crosses over across the body and down the arm.
Here we have a look that’s as aggressive as military brand’s pencheant for all-caps names. Together, the black tactical cargo pants and boots are downright menacing. There are plenty of takes on the combat boot in fashion, but you can never go wrong with the OG. While Oakleys are popping off right now, you can achieve the same effect for less with Torege sports shades. The simple but trusty Gildan T-shirt lets the rest of the fit do the talking while reinforcing the remarkable power of a plane white tee.
Carhartt WIP deservedly gets heaps of praise, but don’t forget about the main line. The matching work pants and field jacket feature striking brown color blocking with just the perfect amount of safety orange. Blundstone’s tried-and-true boot magnifies the effect, and one last dash of peacocking comes from the super affordable bucket hat from a brand that’s, frankly, random as hell.
Arc’teryx, The North Face, and Solomon form a holy trinity of dependable outdoor gear here. The balaclava is not for the feint of heart, but it rounds out a look that dares the winter to bring its worst.
The workwear and Wallabee combo may not earn you automatic induction into the Wu-Tang Clan, but it will be one of the most assured looks in your repertoire. Every man should have a pair of Clarks’ classic moccasin, and the decision to either wear the jumper full stop or tie it off at the waist is a blessing, and why we condone the rise of coveralls.
Emotions are a funny thing, and whether you’re happy, sad, angry or excited, your driving ability can be challenged. Many drivers won’t consider the implications their mood can have on them, particularly when they get behind the wheel.
Instagram has begun testing hiding likes for users worldwide. Yesterday, the company announced it was rolling out trials globally.
Those included in the trial will no longer see like counts and view numbers on other users’ posts, and will only be able to see those numbers on their own content. Instagram claims it is introducing this feature to make users more comfortable genuinely liking content without being judged by the herd. This change could also make users more comfortable sharing their own posts without the public pressure of like counts.
While the feedback from early testing in Australia, Brazil, Canada, Ireland, Italy, Japan and New Zealand has been positive, this is a fundamental change to Instagram, and so we’re continuing our test to learn more from our global community.
Last week, Instagram announced it would expand the test to the US, but now it’s running everywhere to a small percentage of users in each country. It’s the company’s attempt at alleviating the negative impacts of social media. So far, Instagram claims results have been largely positive. It is unclear whether this will become a permanent feature on the platform.
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