Thursday, 25 April 2013


 The five best ways to get the most use of "your" navy blazer this season.
The idea was to get every man to get most bang for his buck when he brought a suit or even just a navy blazer. The blazer used here is by Savile Row's Richard James $740. -TPG

This look is inspired by the new kakhi military pants out for men. Also it is comfortable enough to wear on the weekends or even sharp enough to go out with friends in.
Shoes: ACNE $560, Bracelet: Fossil $50, Watch: J.CrewXTimex $150, T-shirt: Joe Fresh $8, Sunglasses: Gucci $310, Pocket Square: $18, Pants: Todd Snyder $350

Shoes: Zara $89.90, Sunglasses: Warby Parker $95, Bag: Tommy Hilfiger $58, Oxford Shirt: Ovadia & Sons $175, Bow-Toe: $15, Belt: Tommy Hilfiger $45, Pants: Club Monaco $149.50
For a business casual look, it is always good to go for an oxford shirt, a silk knit tie, and loafers not lace-ups for a more relaxed yet smart look.
Sunglasses: Cutler & Gross $445, Oxford Shirt: Club Monaco $79.95, Tie and Pocket Square: The Knottery $30 & $18, Shoes & Belt: John Lobb $1045 & $460, Pants: Slowear $310. -TPG
This look is perfect for a nice date out while being on vacation, or even if you just wanted to look dandy on a night out with friends on a summer's evening.
Glasses: Warby Parker $120, Kiel James Patrick for Brooks Brothers Bracelet: $40, Paul Smith Sandals: $520, RW&CO Sweater: $59, Uniqlo Chinos: $39.90, Brooks Brothers Folder; $295

Shoes: John Lobb $1175, Bag: Zara $69.90, Tie & Pocket Square $15 & $8, Shirt: Turnbull & Asser $295. Pants: Slowear $356

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