As the years go by, so do the trends for men. In recent years, we’ve seen that men too are not hesitant to experiment with their wardrobe. With the winter almost over, it’s time for our jackets and pullovers to find their way back into the closet. We won’t be able to enjoy those beanie caps any longer either as it’s time to face the sun again. Summer is coming soon, with longer humid days and it’s essential to keep cool – both with the looks we carry and the clothes we wear. So here are some summer trends worth trying in 2017.
The party season has descended upon us with the last month of the year, and let’s face it, December is synonymous with ‘Party Month’. An important thing about parties is the look – if you look good at a party, you’ll have the best time of your life – and who knows, you may catch the eye of that special someone. Hence, the issue that arises this month is the age old question, “What do I wear?”. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! Read on to find out how you can turn heads this party season!
With the wedding season all set to start, your suit will symbolise sophistication and will give you the perfect chance to showcase your personal style. Choosing the right suits and fabrics for Autumn a suit is no easy task, but as soon as you arrive at the decision, great, but how often do we opt for materials based on the climatic conditions of where we live of buying a new suit, the choice of the fabric should be crystal clear. Now, all-season suits arrive or, the weather in which we could be wearing them?
Dressing up may seem like a woman’s forte, but it certainly isn’t it. Couple that with the festive season,, it is your duty to dress your best; which basically means you have the opportunity to dress yourself in the best outfits you can source. It would definitely behoove you if you were to equip yourself with a bespoke outfit. So, without further ado, read on to know how you can make a style statement this festive season and keep your trend game on top.
Fashion for men over the years has exploded drastically over the past 70 years. There’s a lot to keep up with honestly. But merely keeping up isn’t enough. You have to know to pull it off as well. Some trends are classic and have stood the test of time, some are staples and they are evergreen combinations you can never go wrong with while others change just like the weather. It’s also not convenient always having your better half or a preferred woman companion tagging along when you’re out shopping. However, a few key rules can make it easy!
To avoid the confusion, we’re making it easier for you! Here are some tips about combinations for you to select and the types of looks you should put together to look your ultimate best!
Looking stylish and up-to-date is a universal want. However, that doesn’t always mean we have to purchase new clothes. It isn’t always practical to go out and buy clothes before every event or an important day. We often forget about the clothes we have in our wardrobe that can be experimented with to attain a sophisticated look.
Everyone has at least one suit, but very rarely do they wear it. How often have you thought of using that one suit for different looks? For most people, suits are worn once or twice a year when a special event comes along, but a suit can be styled more ways than one! Here’s how one suit can be utilised effectively to get five different looks, pairing it with clothes you will easily find in your wardrobe.
Are you still wearing those boring, light and nude shades? It’s time you splashed some colour in your wardrobe as a change of season also calls for a change of clothes. Pastel green or any light pastel colours are best for this season, as these colourful vibes make your clothes evoke the haute look in the rainy season. There are a lot of styles to choose from which will help retain your style factor, apart from keeping you dry.
The most essential and versatile item of clothing in your wardrobe, casual t-shirts, are a great option for casual wear in the monsoons. Opt for bright colors like blue, yellow, red and orange if you’re going to a casual event, in order to look lively in the gloomy weather.