Let’s hope it doesn’t turn out to be too much, or cross, to say that baseball isn’t particularly known for being a breakthrough in fashion. Especially compared to basketball or football, it is known as one of the least blurry sports we have. But a moment in the style of baseball it’s been a long time –just ask Mookie Betts. And compared to their brothers in the NBA and NFL, Premier League baseball players have a leg up in being allowed to wear jewelry during the game. That mostly meant that icy statements necklaces have found their place on the field. But Atlanta Braves outfilter Jock Pederson, who is used to carrying a string of pearls on a plate, magnifies the ante.
The wicked, well-liked Pederson insists that there is no great story here, no deeper meaning behind the accessory. (And even in sports and fashion, the choice is less “nuanced critique of gender” and a little more “white boys.” Everyone, “Pederson said after a recent game, a cigar in his hand like a stupid villain (or just a man celebrating a division title). “They will never understand.” A few days later, he told reporters that she wears the necklace simply because she’s a “bad bitch.” Everything is the joy of life, darling.
If you have to believe the graphics with quotes from Pinterest, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis once said: “Pearls are always appropriate” – a saying that only became more true over the years revival of men’s jewelry. At first, pearls may look like a simple precursor to WASPy strange necklace of beadsas seen on the neck of Jaden Smith and Pete Davidson, although it really all depends on how you wear it. In any case, the well-formed likes of A $ AP Rocky, Justin Bieber and Harry Styles helped win the delicate thread as one of the must-have accessories of the year. But this is not the case exactly what Pederson chooses here. In a delightful way, Pederson paired a few animated-sized pearls (less Jackie Oh, more Mardi Gras) with his sweaty baseball shirt, radiating a very different mood, more like a meager branch of the era of bag preparation. Two trends for the price of one.