“104-Year-Old” Grandpa Expresses Himself With Timeless Style – Design You Trust

“104-Year-Old” Grandpa Expresses Himself With Timeless Style


Günther Krabbenhöft 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,” Krabbenhöft 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 Krabbenhöft 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, Krabbenhöft has demonstrated that age doesn’t have to determine how we choose to express ourselves to the world.

Via My Modern Met, Bored Panda

If you want more awesome content, subscribe to 'Oh, Design You Trust,' our brand new Facebook page! Trust me, you won't be disappointed.

More Inspiring Stories

Artist Illustrates 12 Astrological Symbols Using Human Bodies As Her Canvas
Twitter User Had Fun Photoshopping Images Of Donald Trump Wearing Really Long Ties
Extremely Shortened Versions of Classic Books For Lazy People
The Day The Earth Stood Still: The Art of Jaroslaw Marcinek
Fashion Designer Creates Paris Landmark and Skyscraper Puffer Jackets for Louis Vuitton
"Die Hard" Finally Gets Its Own Children’s Christmas Book
Mitsubishi ASX Advertisement
You'd Better Buy Her Some Flowers
Ukiyo-e Inspired Illustrations Capture The Relatable Moments Of Modern Everyday Life
Disney Girls in Real Life: An Artist Reimagined Some Of Disney's Most Famous Princess
The Hyperrealistic 3D Sculpting Works by Marianna Yakimova
This German Teenager Creates Amazingly Intricate Hairstyles And Here Are The Coolest Ones
McDonald’s Hopes To Unite Nations In Its New Ads For Euro 2016
German Graffitist Creates 3D Optical Illusions Over The Urban Landscape
The Brutal but Friendly Munchkins of Artist Claudio Fontanesi
Kate Moss for Mango, Fall 2012
Ornate & Highly Decorative 3D Typography by Katt Phatt
Artist Imagines How Pop Culture Characters Would Look If They Were Saints
Tenderness and Anime Girls: Illustrations by Ilya Kuvshinov
Disturbing Ads for the Ford Figo by JWT India
Meet Dave: He Has Been Drawing Dad Jokes And Puns On His Daughters’ Lunch Bags For 8 Years
Darth Vader and the Underworld: Kevin Cassidy's Brutal and Infernal Demons
A Creative Agency from Moldova Found a Unique and Fun Way to Attract New Hires to their Team
The Day After Tomorrow: Eerie Concept Art Depicts Earth After The Apocalypse