Normcore God Shia LaBeouf Kills it in Vintage Metal Tee & Cap
Actor, occasional rapper, and normcore fashion god Shia LaBeouf was seen sporting an effortless vintage style while grabbing lunch in his home turf of Los Angeles.
Shia LaBeouf having lunch at Mendocino Farms in Los Angeles.
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The tee appears to be a piece of vintage band merch from ’80s rock band Dokken and their fourth studio album “Back for the Attack,” which LaBeouf pairs with straight-fit gray cut offs. The look can be considered a kind of throwback as the vintage metal tee trend had a big revival during 2015, but ultimately suffered from celebrity over-exposure with Kylie and Kendall Jenner attracting derision from fans of the genre.
Perhaps enough time has passed for the trend to reboot with a deference to tighter, slightly more cropped fit instead of the over-sized style that has been popular in the past.
For accessories, LaBeouf donned a cap from The Slauson R.C. Theater School, an LA-based theater which LeBeouf tweeted about in 2018 encouraging actors without any experience to sign up permitting they had a “story they are willing to share.”
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