Among Timothée Chalamet and Billy Porter, Harry Styles was named as 2019’s most powerful dresser. This influence is no surprise considering where the artist has come from with One Direction and where he has found himself now in the world of pop. It seems that if you give the man a potato sack, he will inspire a new cult trend. His playful cross between the old-school ’60s and ’70s, modern skater boy and use of androgynous accessories has inspired a new generation of eccentric style. You only have to watch his ‘Watermelon Sugar High’ film clip for a glimpse into his stylistic world.
But completed with what we call Down Under as a dirty mo’, Harry Styles is almost unrecognisable whilst travelling the Italian countryside. With what we can only describe as ‘iso hair’, Styles dons a yellow tinted pair of sunglasses, green and white striped t-shirt courtesy of Gucci, a chunky brown belt and bootcut crisp blue jeans. The outfit itself is no genius pairing, but on Harry Styles, it will surely inspire a mass movement of striped t-shirts from stores across the globe.
This wave of quirky styling could be inspired by his long friendship with the Gucci brand and Alessandro Michele. The duo walked the pink carpet at last year’s Met Gala. Gucci or not, we stan each and every Harry Styles fit.
And we invite you to dress the same. Shop the look below.
Gucci Striped T-Shirt With Piglet Patch / $800 AUD SHOP NOW
Acne Relaxed Bootcut Jeans / $420 AUD SHOP NOW
R.M. Williams Traditional Belt / $120 AUD SHOP NOW
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