12 DECEMBER 2017

Old Soul, Millennial Body  





Giving tribute to our dads doesn’t have to be – and should not be – on Father’s Day alone, and showing our gratitude and love for them can come in forms. We honor them whenever we make time for them, or take a walk with them, or prepare their favorite treat.


For John Paulo here, he honors his dad everyday. “My current style is inspired by what I saw my dad wear in my growing up years. I actually started dressing up with his '70s pieces, which I find timeless and distinctively appealing,” he says.


“I guess that’s one reason I describe myself as an old soul stuck in a millennial body in terms of dressing up,” he adds.





Currently addicted to: Blogging

Binge-watches: Game of Thrones, The Hobbit

Binge-reads: “The Lord of the Rings Trilogy” 

Listens to a lot of: Cranberries, Linkin Park, Alanis Morissette, Ne-Yo, '90s RnB

Comfort tracks: “Flightless Bird, American Mouth” by Iron & Wine, “All I Want” by Kodaline 

Caught the fashion bug at: 12 

Favorite style item: Printed top

Favorite go to look/3-piece style: Pastel shirt, printed pants, and white sneakers









The office-y button-up blouse + trousers combination will acquire an instant vibe of cool with sneakers – black or white. Your choice. 

A pair of lace-up boots is also an alternative item which finishes off the look on a strong note.





So, guys, you see – we can honor our dads in our own ways, even if it’s not Father’s Day.

For one, allotting one day to thank them is never enough; so why not do it, like, everyday? :-) 







Follow Campus Lookbook on Pinterest


Print   Email