Words: @oliverinstead • Photos: David • Location: Astrup Fearnly Museet, Norsk Folkemuseum, etc., Oslo
Welcome to another edition of #TravelTuesday! Some of you may have noticed that I skipped a post last week (if you did, thank you!) whilst some of you who follow me on Instagram (@oliverinstead) might have noticed that I’ve been to Oslo recently (if you did, thank you!!) In this post, I’m going to spill all on the trip. The goods, the bads and the fantabulouses!
Not long ago at a work event, I wore a suit jacket for the first time paired with some almost-matching smart trousers, and the experience has inspired to create this outfit. In this post, I like to show you guys how I would interpret modern gents tailoring, my way.
较早前我因为工作穿了我平生第一件处女西服后有感而发搭配了这套造型。所以在这张帖里，我想给大家分享一下我如何以个人较为“另类”的穿法来呈现西方正式的套装。 Continue Reading
Let’s cut to the chase because you all know what to expect when you click into this link – black and white have long worn the ‘boring‘ label but in this post, I like to show you a few tips and tricks to spice up an outfit, or even an entire wardrobe consisting of nothing other than black, white and every shade in between.
Words & Photos: @oliverinstead • Location: Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia
The first time I travelled out of Malaysia, I was headed to the United Kingdom with only half a carry-on suitcase of clothes, a towel, a tube of Pringles… not even real Pringles but the Malaysian knock-off called Mister Potato, and nothing else – practically no knowledge of the country, the continent, the climate or the culture apart from what I’d briefly glanced on the telly… I wasn’t even half terrified.
I was so close to title this Leather Monochrome or How to Keep Your White Leather Clean & Pristine, but even I knew that would’ve been a mouthful and a half. As the working title would suggest, I’m going to share with you guys a few tips to keep your white leather items looking almost like new at all times.