Many of you know that I love scooters. I’ve owned several over the past years. With that said, I love a mechanic’s jacket outfit when I ride them, or not. Soon, I’ll be posting photos of the 1965 Vespa with sidecar that I had, and my 2003 Vespa ET-4 that I still own. For this mechanic’s jacket outfit I sewed on a Vespa Club of America patch to make it look vintage. I then styled it with a dark blue long sleeve shirt, stressed blue Levi’s jeans, Todds City Gommino loafers, and matching Schedoni belt.
Did you know that my 1965 Vespa sidecar was in a movie? Yeah, I’ll tell you all about it in an upcoming post. So, keep coming back to my website or follow me on Instagram and you’ll get a heads up of when the post is up and ready.
Lately, I’ve been letting my stubble grow instead of shaving every day. I don’t know if it’s just me, but I’ve also been seen it more and more lately on other guys. It’s a look that had it’s shortcomings, sometimes it’s not easy to pull off a look if your face hair is not just right. For me, it’s just the perfect look for this mechanic’s look.
As always, get inspired and let’s see how you’d style a mechanic’s jacket outfit. Let me know in the comments below. Hope you’ve enjoyed this outfit post, and please don’t forget to follow me on Instagram.