English-born singer and songwriter Harry Styles, by the age of 26, managed to become a world style icon. His every appearance on the red carpet is discussed in detail by fashion experts, fans copy his concert looks, and designers shoot him in their advertising campaigns. In this article, we are going to tell you about three trademarks of the confirmed sharp dresser that everyone's been talking about.
One of the most popular and frequently discussed Harry Styles' wardrobe items today is a color block cardigan designed by British brand JW Anderson that was popularly called The Harry Styles Cardigan. Oversized, warm, and just cozy, this garment made all Styles' fans, as well as fashionistas, fall in love with it. Inspired by the design, TikTok and ******* users lunched #harrystylescardigan challenge - all of the participants were tasked to create a DIY version of the almost- $ 2,000 sweater. The idea received such wide support that the creator of the already famous patchwork cardigan, the designer Jonathan Anderson, could not remain indifferent. He not only encouraged the participants to share their works on ******* but also made an official pattern of the Harry Styles Cardigan.
Another sensational piece of news about musician's outfits is dedicated to his electric-blue Gucci suit. At the end of September, it became known that Harry's suit was added to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, the museum in Ohio, US. As noted by the museum, Harry wore this suit twice - while he inducted American singer-songwriter, Stevie Nicks, into the HOF and while he played 'Stop Draggin' My Heart Around. '"Well, not all the outfits of celebrities get such honor, so let's celebrate Harry's music and his stunning attire that will live forever!
Nevertheless, the most signature Harry's outfit staple is heeled Chelsea boots. During different periods of his boots mania, Styles chooses posh models by Gucci, Saint Laurent, Calvin Klein, and other famous brands.
However, such a choice was motivated not only by the desire to look like a rock-star. The primary reason is rooted in one Parisian incident - some years ago, Harry Styles found himself in the middle of his French fans who failed to respect the private space of their idol by tugging at his clothes. When the 'love attack' was over, the singer realized that he left without trainers. Since then, Harry prefers a tighter and more safely fitted pair of shoes!