"104-Year-Old" Grandpa Expresses Himself with Timeless Style

Gnther Krabbenhft has revealed that self-expression is key when it comes to creating a timeless style. He expertly shows this in his artistic choice of clothing, which features vibrant colors, clean lines, and many classic bowties. "I find that I dress pretty normal," Krabbenhft admits. "I've always dressed like this. When I went to work, when I go to exercise. I want to look at myself with joy. It's also always a reflection of my inner self." This can act as inspiration for anyone who struggles in the wardrobe department. 

Interestingly enough, many sources have reported that Krabbenhft is 104 years old, but the fashionable man denies this. On Facebook, he mentions that the internet has doubled his age. Other sources state that he’s closer to 70 years old. Nonetheless, Krabbenhft has demonstrated that age doesn’t have to determine how we choose to express ourselves to the world.

Gnther Krabbenhft: Facebook 
via [Bored Panda]



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