A lesson in color and vibrance with
Man Repeller’s Deputy Editor
The colors and textures within nature have always inspired us to dress with vibrance. For us color is more than just color, it is a way for us to share the joy of dressing, to express the happiness that we feel every time we put on one of our pieces.
We partnered up with Man Repeller to take their Deputy Editor, Haley Nahman, on a journey into our colorful world. A lover of all things solids and neutrals, we had her try out “a bag of clothes more delightfully exuberant than [her] entire closet” (her words, not ours).
So, what happens when you take an editor with a minimalist style and dress them up in bright hues and bold prints? Take a look.
reversible rainbow puffer$300.00 USD
corduroy overalls$145.00 USD
tropical forest puffer$275.00 USD
tropical forest jumpsuit$195.00 USD
The rules for getting dressed in color
When styling pieces from our Fall Collection, Haley came up with three very different, but no less vibrant or fun, looks. The first was a rainbow dream, mixing color blocked pieces with a beautiful burgundy pair of overalls. Then she went for an all-over printed look, dressing from head-to-toe in a matching tropical forest puffer and jumpsuit. And last, but not least, she threw out all the rules, mixing our borogodo print with houndstooth and adding a pop of red.
Dressing in color and prints can be quite daunting, especially if a simple, monochromatic wardrobe is more your thing. But Haley proves that it can be done, and dressing in prints and color can be for everybody.
Check out what else Haley Nahman had to say about exploring her maximalist side and breaking her own style rules.