RSVP x 270

Just a good trouser and a better pair of shoes.

 

 

I have always been a fan of RSVP ever since I was first introduced to it not too long ago. So when I found this shirt at Iridium Labs, I immediately said yes before checking the size, something I do too often and then end up with an XL that goes down to my ankles.

For those of you not familiar with RSVP Gallery, it was established in 2009 by Don C and Virgil Abloh, two absolute geniuses in the world of art, fashion, and design. The two created RSVP with the intent of blurring the lines between luxury clothing and an art gallery. It’s located in Wicker Park, Chicago so if you’re ever in town, check it out whether you like fashion or not.

The shirt is a little distressed, which is probably because the homie that owned it before me put it in the washer too many times. BUT, I really like the wear and tear of it. The ruggedness of the print contrasted nicely with a good trouser, these are just a simple straight-leg, high-waisted pant from Aritiza. Throw on some Nike 270’s and bam, you got a clean and super easy look.

Check out my other look with the Anniversary Red Air Maxes if you want more color.

Photo: Malissa Poeut
Caitie Santo

Hi, my name is Caitie Santo. I am a 22-year-old living in Chicago, Illinois. I was born in Fremont, California but later attended school at Butler University in Indianapolis, Indiana. I graduated with a degree in marketing and I am currently working for a business management consulting firm in Chicago. 
I was exposed to the arts at a young age, and my appreciation grew as I pursued a professional career in ballet several years ago. Although that career path ended during my first year in college, my experience is still deeply intertwined with how I describe myself, whether it is the music I listen to, the things I do, or the things I wear. I hope to continue developing my artistic expression through the various projects I work on including this blog, where I will share whatever comes to my mind.

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