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 Kacamata Rayban 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.
Wednesday (Dressing For The Hump)
To overcome the hump of the week, a positive attitude is required. Otherwise the time can go far too slowly. Fortunately, this means loosening the reins of your work wardrobe and using the tailoring as a formal counterpoint to a casual way of dressing. And that means you wear your blazer with jeans.
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But before you grab these never-washed 501s, wearing work clothes in the office is still a bit of a concern. Firstly, about the color: if you choose blue jeans, avoid the washed, treated or stressed variant, which is simply too casual. Only the darkest denim with indigo selvage is suitable and gives you the opportunity to create an elegant, tonal look with a navy shirt or polo. Jeans in white and cream tones also go well with the navy blazer.
Second point: the jeans must be conical. Skinny-Fit is a shrink wrap too wide, but a tapered leg creates a strong masculine silhouette.
The style and color of the jeans will make you choose your shoe. Since it’s Wednesday, a leather tassel loafer or a suede Chelsea boot offers just the right balance between professionalism and coolness.