Next stop ( still wearing Men just wanna have fun) was in Unawatuna, where spending the day at the beach was as soothing as the jungle life we were experiencing the days before. It’s the city in which we had the most memorable tuktuk drives, roaming and wandering the streets. This shoot kind of honors those who worked very hard in order to make our trip a success taking us around the tiny streets of the city.
Sri Lanka was mainly a gentle reminder that no matter what life has to offer to you, take it, change it if you will, and enjoy the little things to live simply. Clean your soul from negative energy and fill your heart with love and joy so you can spend everyday at peace with urself. And yes, we do realize that we are coming off like we are the pupils of Ghandi – but trust us, take a trip to Sri Lanka and let’s have a chat when you are back.
The traditional cherwal turned into a sport-chic pants that you can easily pull off in different looks, whether you pair it with a nice shirt for a dinner or like Salim did, with an i-shirt for an aimless adventure on the Indian ocean shore.
A man’s t-shirt turned into a dress for petite girls; to take it a notch further, it was also worn with its netted back to the front.
Don’t miss the event on the 10th to check out Men just wanna have fun’s new collection!