This post could go both ways; you would either love him for his beauty or hate because he, who is a man, looks even more beautiful than some women. I like how the Burberry hardware pullover (Ridhwan is dying for that since forever!) adds frame to his shoulders. It’s really interesting how his womanly features or appearance doesn’t compromise his mannerism.
It’s something that we rarely find here because when we talk about dressing ‘androgynously’ in Singapore’s context, one would be pulling off this look with such flamboyance that isn’t necessary. The choice of accessories too is not subtle but yet it doesn’t come across as flamboyant.
Case in point, it’s not what you wear; it’s how you wear it.
Images By Ridhwan Sesapar.