Casual pieces

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Hey guys! Hope you all had a great weekend. It feels like it’s been a while since I’ve done a new neighborhood but I finally found some time to go exploring. This week I ventured to Dumbo, Brooklyn. Dumbo was actually the last neighborhoods I stayed in before moving uptown to the Bronx. Dumbo had a reputation as a recreation an resort spot for many affluent Manhattans. I have been really productive lately, and it feels great. Sometimes you just have to get up and do whatever you feel; Hangout with friends, scout for locations, and drawing up concepts are quite the time filler. One of my recent projects was a little shoot I put together with Lacoste. Lacoste is over 80 years ago. it’s sport-inspired trends and the iconic polo that caters to the passions of lifestyle, art, clothing, and tennis.Steven OnojaSteven Onoja
Steven Onoja
So it’s summer and with a new season comes new collaborations! This time around I’ve teamed up with one of my favorite brands, Lacoste. When it comes to styling casual and basic pieces (especially for summer) these guys really come to the rescue. As I’m sure you’ve been seeing on twitter lately I’ve really been favoring the vibes. Comfy polo, linen trousers and white sneakers. Almost every day. I personally think it’s the cleanest and most polished way to look while sporting casual threads.
Steven OnojaSteven Onoja
Steven Onoja
Polo are a versatile item of clothing and can be worn under an outfit. Sports sweaters, especially hoodies, are often worn on tops of sports kit while traveling to or from a sports ground. Polo can be worn with a blazer underneath, which has the advantage of allowing the wearer to have the option of removing the blazer when it is uncomfortably warm and still looking presentable in many situations. Layering and the ease with which it allows for temperature regulation is a major benefit of the polo as an article of clothing.
Steven Onoja
Shot by: Oye Diran
Location: Brooklyn, NY.

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