Justin Bieber was spotted heading out of Il Pastaio in Beverly Hills, California after having lunch. The singer wore his favorite FEAR OF GOD Twill Drawstring Pants in Khaki, which he styled simply with a STAMPD t shirt and a pair of white slip-on Vans.
Even though these are drawstring pants, I find that they do have a smart appeal to the cut. Being that they have a chino feel for the most part, I find, there is a versatility to them that will suit many people with different personal styles. What do you readers think of this style? You can click here to purchase FEAR OF GOD from BARNEYS.
Justin Bieber was spotted out in Beverly Hills, California. For the day out, the singer wore a pair of Saint Laurent Low Waist Skinny in Vintage Blue Denim with a distressed striped sweater and a pair of Vans slip-ons. He finished his look with a contrasting camo jacket.
These jeans embody the ‘Surf Sound’ theme that the collection was aptly named. There is a relaxed feel to them from the sun bleached wash and the repairs of the distressing. I find them to be a refreshing pair to spot out amongst the usual clean dark blue that we usually see on men. What do you think of these jeans? You can click here to purchase these jeans from MR.PORTER.
Never has the idea of cobalt, eggshell blue with fatigue tones crossed my mind to pair together like Justin has here. They are ones that wouldn’t work in theory, but he really did make it go together well here. Would you wear a color palette like this? You can click here to purchase FEAR OF GOD from BARNEYS.
Justin Bieber was spotted spending the day in West Hollywood, California. The singer wore the Raglan Denim Jacket from his favorite brand, FEAR OF GOD, with a pair of their zip twill trousers and the YEEZY 350 sneakers.
I like that this jacket is an update from the classic trucker, yet it still has the same timeless feel to it. The cut also lends a fit that looks great to layer over a sweater or hoodie. What do you think of this jacket? You can check out the FEAR OF GOD pieces on their website.