To be labelled as a well dressed man is to have the courage to step away from everyday norms, stand out on your own and wear what you want, when you want, how you want. This week we’re focussing not one one specific movement or trend, rather the men who ooze natural style and nail it every single time.
If you tend to shy away from the suit in favour of a more casual, everyday ensemble, let this look be your go-to. There’s a very good reason why simplicity almost always wins the race, and it’s right here in front of you. If there was one piece that we’d forever hail as the worthiest investment of all time, it would have to be the white tee. Clean, slick and easy to wear with everything – what more could a man want?
This, gents, is the reason that we will continue to wax lyrical about the trench coat. As one of fashion’s most timeless pieces, it’s been favoured by well-dressed men and women for decades. It’s the perfect piece to dress up with a suit or down as above. Our top tip? Always make sure it fits you properly. It’s designed to be snug – but not overly so – and will look wildly out of place if it’s too big for you. Pick wisely.
Looking to sharpen up your workwear? Take note from this look, because there’s really nothing quite like it. From the perfect-fit suit to the crisp, fresh shirt and bold tie, right down to the sunglasses – this is how you nail office wear. All it takes is a couple of key pieces combined together in the right way, and there you have it – a killer look. If this doesn’t inspire you to find a suit that fits you properly, we don’t know what will.
Need evidence that the suit doesn’t always need to be dressed up within an inch of its life? Here it is. This look is perfect for many reasons, but it got our attention because it’s slick enough to wear for work, but deconstructed enough to take you from the boardroom to the bar with serious ease. One piece of advice: approach the no-sock trend with caution, only wear it with a loafer style shoe and never subject yourself to it in colder months.