Just in a coat Brian Jones gave him, NBD.
Stash was a seriously wacky dude. He grew up in what was essentially a castle? And hung out with The Rolling Stones all the time? And apparently (according to him) like, gave Paul Simon the courage to be a musician? IDK, MAN. Wacky stuff. If you have the time, he's definitely worth reading up on, especially in honor of Brian Jones' recent birthday (February 28).
BFFs gettin' busted for pot.
Aside from being besties with The Rolling Stones, he also had impeccable fashion sense. Like, he was rockin' a lot of fancy coats, and it was pretty incredible. Just look at this guy:
In the back; look at that SUIT
Overall, Prince Stash is one of the more awesome mystery dudes of the 20th century. He was friends with all the right people, and yet managed to keep himself relatively far from the limelight, something that totally couldn't happen these days, what with the internet and all. Thankfully we can forever peruse these pictures of him with his pageboy hair and paisley coats so we can feel inspired when our Doc Martens and leather jackets just aren't cutting it.—Katie
Get the look:
MINKPINK Cruella Faux Fur Coat
When your real fur from Brian Jones is at the cleaners, you can rock this one. No one will be able to tell the difference.
Tripp NYC High-Rise Antique Stripe Jean
Now you just need to find a matching blazer and you'll be good to go.
Silence & Noise Ex-Boyfriend Blazer
UNIF Psychic Poncho Cardigan
You don't even care that this is a lady's cardigan because all you can think about is how good it's gonna look with your striped trousers.
Ecote Multi-Buckle Pointed Toe Oxford
Sadly, these don't look exactly like those pilgrim shoes you really want, but they'll do for now.
Contego Block Sunglasses
The paparazzi just keep hounding you about the drug bust, ugh. Hide behind these sunglasses and keep it cool, man.
Speert Fold-Away Comb
Keep yr pageboy bangs lookin' fresh!