My style inspiration comes from iconic male figures, not necessarily from GQ or any other men's fashion source. Although I have never agreed 100% with Larry King's point of view, this award-winning television host has inspired me to rise to the challenge ...and motivated me to wear suspenders.
Most men are not getting promoted in their jobs because they're lacking a presentable appearance. Despite what we might want to believe, right or wrong, people will continue to judge us based on how we look.
This year, add a few pieces to your wardrobe by shopping smart. Only invest in pieces that work double-time, that effortlessly can adapt from everyday boardroom/corporate situations to date nights and Sunday morning brunches.
It's always good to try new looks but the old saying "less is more" can often be wise words to follow, especially when we are bombarded with new tendencies, colors, shapes, and cuts. And, yes, the way us gents dress is always observed by our social circles and networks; this is why we have to be conscious about not only what we wear, but how we wear it.
When Mr. Kenneth Cole tweeted: “Stressed, depressed but well dressed #2015In5Words” I quickly realized how society continues to look up to people whose appearance is presentable. Physical appearance isn’t simply a narcissistic tendency, but our striving for social standing in a superficial-driven society.
For some gents, dressing well is still a daily struggle. As we survive unpredictable weather changes, it is understandable that most of us would rather hibernate our style until spring comes back. However, we are living in an era dominated by self-promotion, and not dressing well can be costly...
Earlier this year, during fashion week in New York, London, Milan and Paris, the big fashion houses have had their say on what we should wear this season. By far, the most popular color on the runway shows was grey...
Many gents are confused with the definition of the cardigan sweater. The most common sartorial question bros ask me is: what's the difference between a cardigan, a hoodie and a jacket? Well, this can be a rhetorical question...
Autumn is officially here. It's time to start making those necessary acquisitions for the colder weeks ahead. When making your selections, keep in mind the navy blue and mustard yellow; these are part of this season's menswear top 10 colors.
The Pea Coat is a classic, stylish closet must-have that has been around for more than a century; undoubtedly, its style has stood the test of time. This double-breasted coat has nautical origins and was designed to shield naval service members against the cruel weather of the open sea.
Autumn 2015 is set to be stylish. The most popular colors this season are blue and grey (many shades of grey). Not too unusual for the cold weather collections. Autumn/Winter trends are about street-wear and gender neutrality this 2015.