In anticipation of Father's Day, I've decided to do a post dedicated to my favourite trend: dadcore.
Dads have such a universal and distinctively effortless look, it makes one wonder if they are secretly all part of a communal Facebook group where they regularly share their outfit inspo and meet for brunch. They can rock a pair of denim and plaid like no other and (in my opinion) played a sizeable role in reviving oversized tucked in t-shirts. Have dads caught the golden snitch of style? My conclusion is yes, yes they did.
Here are three ways to copy your father's preeminent outfit-generating capabilities.
The work dad
Pull out the pinstripes cause it's time for your morning commute! A classic office-residing dad outfit isn't complete without a clean-cut structured blazer paired with a timeless blue shirt.
The weekend dad
Also know as BBQ dad. He likes to keep things casual with a pair light wash jeans and a casual dress-shirt tee. The ideal outfit for dropping the kids off at practice or an impromptu trip to Costco.
The sporty dad
Athletic fathers tend to share similar aesthetic tendencies to a mid-playoff soccer coach (because they are the coaches of our lives? - AWWW). A pair of elastic-waist sweats are must to replicate the look.
Now go tell your dad you love him.