Drawn To You “Too”

Hi Nomad!

From our previous post, we talked about our trip to the Pinto Art Museum —

We mentioned that a museum is a place where artists use different mediums from paintings to installations to express their individuality. This is their way of showing the world who they are. 

Read about our weekend road trip here.

It might surprise you, but you are an artist. The way you dress can tell a lot about you. Simply put, fashion in itself is a form of art too. Would you agree?

Let’s talk more about it with our visit to Pinto — when traveling, it is important that you dress comfortably. But that does not mean you need to sacrifice how you look. You’re there to enjoy the moment anyways.


Comfort and style are the two things that should be on your mind. We thought that a basic white tee layered with a bright coloured flannel shirt would be a good option.



Keep things light. Make a statement by popping in some colour.


A good pair of sneakers would complement well for this look as it allows you to move more freely to explore. 


Top if off with accessories, a baseball cap, watch and your handy camera to capture the beauty of the art around you. 


You’re an artist, Nomad.
Paint a picture of where you want to go, then draw yourself into it. 



Flannel Shirt (G2000), Basic White Tee (Giordano), Chino Pants (Bench), Cap (Nike), Watch (Lacoste), Stan Smith Sneakers (Adidas), Camera (Canon Canonet QL17)
The Nomad District

The Nomad District is made up of three highly unique individuals who want to pursue their passion in fashion, photography and writing, despite having day jobs from 9-5. Follow us as we share our insights and interests when it comes to men's fashion and lifestyle.

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