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1. Give Your Jeans a Break
There’s nothing wrong with holding on to your distressed denim—what’s the point of breaking it in otherwise?—but jeans with visible holes are best kept indoors (and away from prying eyes).

2. Give Your Jeans a Break
Choose a pair of  Levi’s cords they have the same neutral tone as Julien’s jeans, but the gray is more of-the-moment than washed-out denim, and the overall effect is much cleaner.

3. It’s in the Bag
Instead of slinging a bag across his chest, Julien should carry this Jack Spade duffel—available in select Jack Spade stores—or a comparable one like this, which not only looks more polished but is large enough to hold the jacket he’d been trailing behind him.

4. Don’t Be Shady
Oversize aviators are a good way to cover up the fact that you’re still keeping a college student’s hours, but this pair looks dated and is too large for Julien’s face.

5. Don’t Be Shady
Steve McQueen, one of Julien’s style icons and the king of timeless cool, was partial to Persol sunglasses. Julien’s wayfarers are classic, making him look grown-up but not dull.

Just a few simple adjustments and your entire look is updated and made for adults.  What do you think could help with Julien’s look?


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