Timberland Fashion can mean a lot to many people, but style is almost always a unique expression of a person’s personality that is carried out in the simplest possible form.

Really stylish guys find ways to present themselves on any occasion, in a way that seems effortless. With this in mind, we face a challenge: take a hero item from the male wardrobe – the unstructured navy blazer – and create a different look for every day of the week that every man can wear.

Why the navy blue blazer? As you will see, this is all you need to tie together many different elements of a wardrobe with minimal effort. British designer Oliver Spencer, whose collections often focus on contemporary tailoring styles (his Theobold jacket would be a good choice for this experiment) said that navy blue blazer is a truly traditional piece that has been part of the men’s wardrobe for many, many years.

Monday (A Statement Start To The Week)

After the weekend’s downtime (and the definite possibility of a 48-hour hangover), it makes sense to start the working week by feeling smart (or at least smart-casual). This sets a good tone, offers you the fashionable version of a kicks-up-the-back and will not go unnoticed by your colleagues.

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This requires the long-time partner of the navy blazer: the crisp white shirt. Add a tie to this infallible partnership. Yes, many offices are very happy with the increasingly acceptable open collar look, but a tie shows meaning and good intentions. The navy knitted variant ensures that you do not get on excessively business routes.

Matching trousers – assuming the blazer was part of a suit – are the obvious choice. However, if you opt for a separate pair of trousers, opt for a cotton chinos in a lighter blue, grey, cream or khaki green. All of these are great options for a compiled, contemporary look.

Shoes should be formal without exception, but if you’re bored with Oxfords, pair them with dark brown double monks.

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