My style is heavily influenced by a mix of my hobbies of snowboarding, surfing, skateboarding, and photography. I think this is a situation when photos tell more than words, so I’ll let these photos show my personal aesthetic and speak for themselves.

 

I seem to own a lot of Adidas.

 

All of these photos are mine.

Fun fact, I made the jacket in the photo where I am sliding down the wall. I wore it to Seoul Fashion Week SS19 and ironically Adidas came out with an strikingly similar jacket the next season. Coincidence? Maybe. Maybe not.

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  • Brayden Shelley
    Jillian Weber
    March 18, 2021 1:26 pm

    Hey Brayden!
    You’re aesthetic is so cool, and your photographs are phenomenal. You have a great sense of how to communicate personality and style through your images. I love your athleisure and street style, as well as the color schemes that you’ve been employing. Do you have plans to use any of these facets of your aesthetic in your final project? I can’t wait to see the progress and product of your final project!

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    • Brayden Shelley
      Brayden Shelley
      March 21, 2021 2:39 am

      Thanks Jillian! I actually switched my final project to a skateboard to try match my personal aesthetic. I’ve been exploring the futuristic aesthetic throughout this semester, so I’m hoping to combine the two. Hopefully it’ll be a cool combo that I can actually use to get around!

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  • Brayden Shelley
    Valerie Welch
    March 14, 2021 7:49 pm

    Hi Brayden, I love your aesthetic! It’s like sporty, artsy chic. I can see your affinity for dressing nicely but not necessarily “dressing up”. I love the variety of landscapes you have in your photos too. Looks like you love a wilderness OR city adventure. I also think the jacket you made looks really cool and professionally done, so kudos to you! The real question is which do you prefer, the city or nature?

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    • Brayden Shelley
      Brayden Shelley
      March 21, 2021 2:42 am

      Thanks Valerie! That jacket was way more complicated than it should have been, so I appreciate your compliments on it!! I would say….. city for sure. There’s so much you can explore within one city, but its quite hard to explore a lot of nature without driving or flying for hours. Although that has its perks too πŸ˜‰

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