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My Suit it should thank me!

Last night the 2019 Espy’s aired on ESPN. If you aren’t aware the Espy’s are ESPN’s yearly Oscar/Grammy-esque awards show where the best atheletes in the world are recognized for the years Best of the Best. I didn’t catch the actual awards because one I barely turn my tv on if it’s not for Netflix docs or 2K, and two, I didn’t know the host this year. But nonetheless I am a student of styling and love seeing red carpet outfits, here’s a few of my favorite fits!

Robby Anderson of the NY Jets

Robby Anderson of the NY Jets

The Louis shoulder bag completes the fit to me.

The Louis shoulder bag completes the fit to me.

Real Tree Camo fits will always be fire to me when pulled off correctly, and with the Louis Sneakers Von Miller killed it.

Real Tree Camo fits will always be fire to me when pulled off correctly, and with the Louis Sneakers Von Miller killed it.

QB Hunting SZN

QB Hunting SZN

I know the title says suit, but I think those who chose to drip different took the cake this year. Although the OG Stephen Jackson pulled off the sneakers and suit look perfectly, definitely worth an honorable mention.

808s and heartbreaks vibes

808s and heartbreaks vibes

sUPREME x lOUIS vUITTON

This collab is groundbreaking in the fashion industry. Very rarely do you see a brand as esteemed as Louis Vuitton collaborate wth a streetwear brand, and one of many reasons is price point. Most streetwear brands' customers would never pay the price point that a larger fashion house like LV charges for their luxury goods, but with Supreme their entire brand is built off hype and over priced reselling. Supreme's loyal customers pay upward of $1000 for tees, which is crazy to me, but works for their brand. And for Louis Vuitton joining forces with possibly the most hyped brand of our generation, making this collab legendary in its own hyped right. Me, personally, I  think the pieces are dope and totally different from what LV does and that makes the pieces even more rare, but I can't fathom blowing money on hyped luxury items, or luxury hype.