• YMC

    Knit Sweatshirt

    Arnold's style wouldn't be the same without his oversized plaid shirt. It could well be that it was a result of him being on the more challenged side of things, vertically, but he works it like no other. Ditching the plaid, this minimal sweatshirt still gives him good reason to maintain his look.

  • Burberry Brit

    Burnished Leather Bomber Jacket

    With an understated style that still feels right on trend, a bomber jacket just feels right for our Arnold. And this one from Burberry Brit comes in a brown that compliments the shade of his sweatshirt so well, naturally.

  • Acne

    Adrian Sneaker

    Arnold might be well dressed, but he's no hypebeast. Instead, he likes to keep things stylish and understated with a pair of these classic leather sneakers from Acne.

  • A.P.C.

    Petit Slim-Fit Dry Selvedge Jeans

    Cartoon characters tend to keep things consistent by way of their outfits, and even now it seems likely Arnold would be sticking to a similar formula. Once you've found your perfect jeans, it makes sense not to to deviate. And these slim-fit dry selvedge A.P.C. jeans are worth sticking with.

  • Pendleton

    Tablet Case

    He might be without his plaid shirt but he's not without print - this time, navajo. Traveling light, Arnold's the kind of guy to carry his few daily necessities in a clutch-like bag and feel totally at ease with it, because he know he looks dope.

  • Ebbets Field Flannels

    Classic Ball Cap

    What would Arnold be without his cap? Season 1, Episode 3 taught us - a shadow of his former self. It was not only integral to the shape and positioning of his head and hairstyle, but also his character. If you establish an accessory synonymous with your style at such an early age, you've got to keep with it. This Ebbets Field Flannels burgundy ball cap has just the right amount of vintage baseball style to finish off his outfit.

Weekly Outfit October, 4 2013

What Would ‘Hey Arnold!’ Wear if He Were a Highsnob?

Back in June, Four-Pins reminded us of our undying love for the 1990s Nickelodeon cartoon series, Hey Arnold!, with a comprehensive, 74-piece breakdown of his greatest style moments. The guy had his fashion game on lock in fourth grade, can you even begin to imagine how strong it would be now, 13 years on? Well that’s exactly what we’re just about to do. And Arnold wasn’t just on point with his clothes either. I’ve only begun to fully appreciate the greatness of his bedroom now that I’m at an age where I realize a penthouse bedroom with a remote control fold-out couch and rooftop access is totally unobtainable. Take me back to those good old days of naivety where I was totally nonchalant about the whole thing like it ain’t no thing for an 8-year-old. It is. It is a thing. I can barely afford rent in a less-than-ordinary shared flat and here Arnold is flaunting his luxury pad like some kind of housing slut.

Illustration: MioneBookworm

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