Hi, dear male readers! I want you also find something useful in my blog, so as long as I’m working with menswear as a buyer today I decided to pay attention to the tricks men could use to look more stylish.
Menswear fashion in reality have less to play around with. But I still want to share a little part of fashion tips that are spread worldwide and are mostly supported by all the bloggers, designers and fashion editors.
1. The leather jacket. No longer reserved for rock stars, bikers or retro pilots, the jacket provides an instant style kick to a boring casual outfit. You can choose the type of leather first: bomber, racer or biker jackets are the main styles. Then, think of the fit. The jacket should perfectly draw the contours of the body, with shoulders cutting sharp and square – like a blazer. The final decision is color, which isn’t really a choice. You can’t go past black or brown for a classic, masculine look with slim fit jeans and then Chelsea boots. Neutral chinos and a pair of brogues with socks are the most stylish.
2. No belt is sometimes even better. Yes, a formal suit occasion requires a leather belt, but a weekend tailored outfit meshed with a sportcoat, blazer or bomber looks super stylish without it. While most gents feel naked without the leather strap, it’s not an essential piece when going out. A relaxed no-belt look offers ease with nothing but your shirt and jacket, over a slim pair of cropped trousers, tapered at the ankle. Sockless feet with your shoes independent of matching with sneakers or lace-ups will make the most stylish men whereever you are.
3. Rolled Cuffs. The main thing is that this is not at all applicable to suits or trouser separates, in the sense of taking your regular length pants and giving them a tuck. Use this technique for chinos or denim jeans. For straight cut varieties, take the bottom of the leg and casually folding them once or twice over, taking it to a height that best suits your needs (one or two inches). Enhance the look by wearing no socks with sneakers or a pair of bold-colored socks with brogues for a fresh look.
4. Luxury Trainers. Designer trainers aren’t so much a trend, more a modern status symbol. The mushrooming array of hook-ups between high fashion and sports brands should be your first stop. Kicks from adidas x Rick Owens and the Yohji Yamamoto-helmed Y-3 are especially high impact. If you’re more minimalist, then look to brands like Nike or New Balance, which provide a chic alternative.
5. Wide-Leg Trousers. The tide is finally turning against skinny jeans. Armani, Balenciaga and Joseph have great wide-leg options in everything from pinstripe to denim this season, although the price tags mean that it’s a trend you’ll have to really commit to. Key to pulling them off is balance: chunky shoes and knits echo the extra fabric swirling around your legs, and a jacket with a nipped-in waist will slim your silhouette.
6. Corduroy. Get this trend wrong and you’ll look like a geography teacher. Get it right and you’ll look like you just stepped off the catwalk. If you are fancy investing consider a well-cut blazer in a autumnal colorway ( burgundy or bottle green) from the likes of Richard James or Burberry. At the other end of the price spectrum most mass-market brands, offer an excellent selection of corduroy trousers and casual shirts in a variety of colorways and cuts, which will help bolster your off-duty wardrobe.
7. Invest in White T-Shirts. In the vein of street chic, chucking away the button-shirt and replacing it with a tee, is the ultimate style switch when paired with a suit. This combination ranges from the more sophisticated single-breasted peak lapel checked suit to a white linen summer edition. Now, choose your look. Charcoal-hued top and black Chelsea boots in sheeny leather vamp up the casualness of the tee. Not only Dolce&Gabbana is popular now for t-shirts. You can use any style you are sure could easily match with your jackets and cardigans. Not without reason this is the principal and forever loved trend of Giorgio Armani.
8. Focus on Shoes. You need to spend some money and time shopping for shoes that you can work into your wardrobe. If you don’t like shopping for shoes and you don’t vary your wardrobe too much, opt for basics like leather cap-toe Oxfords in black and brown that you can wear with a good pair of jeans, slacks or even a suit through the week. Skip the shiny finishes – they’re only for formal occasions. Ankle boots are really fashionable in 2015,and if you’re a trendsetter that isn’t afraid of people noticing what you wear, they can work with a suit really well. Investing in quality ankle boots is one of the best men’s casual fashion tips you’ll get all year, so make sure you get some before everybody on the block is wearing them.
9. Mixing visual textures. For example, suede is the best way to add visual interest, depth and warmth to any look. A quilted jacket has a strong elegance dressed up with denim. Use velvet, leather and denim in one look and you will win any fashion competition. Mix and match those textures also with cashmere and twill, shearling coat or travel bag.
10. The number ten is just your sense of style, the thing that makes you, and especially you feel yourself more confident, more stylish, more handsome and brutal. Its your internal feeling that helps you whatever you dress. So feel yourself the best fashion styled men on Earth and the tips are done.