I hope my footwear recommendations have you thinking about what you can continue to wear this fall and some new pieces you may need to add to our rotation. Let’s move on over to the rest of your wardrobe. I’m fired up for fall! So many great designers to choose from… so let’s get started.
Before we get started I’m going to assume a couple of things. If your reading this post, you know something about my daily style. If not, check out my daily looks on Instagram NOW! I’m not a big suit and tie guy or even a fan of having to dress up in general. I moved to California for a reason you know. Jeans are part of my daily uniform and casual attire is what I feel most comfortable in. That being said… there are many occasions in life which call for us men to dress up. I’m not talking about a wedding or a funeral. If you didn’t know you need a suit for those, your momma didn’t raise you right. But… how do we, as men, dress for nice a nice dinner out with our wife or girlfriend without wearing a suit? That’s been my issue as of late. I’m going to break this discussion into three posts. Today’s is your top half, next week will be pants, and two weeks from now, shoes. I’ve got three suggestions that have worked well for me on what to wear on your top, so here we go.
If you have been wondering how to properly take your sweatpants game out on the street, this video from GQ and John Elliott + Co is a must watch.
Different shades of denim – from the collar on the shirt to the patched jeans to the blues tones in the Louboutins. Feeling a little blue
Diesel – button up (www.diesel.com)
Ralph Lauren (double RL) – patched denim (www.ralphlauren.com)
Christian Louboutin – shoes (www.christianlouboutin.com)
Hermes – belt kit (www.hermes.com)
Loving my new Zadig & Voltaire top coat. The details are so unique and the pop of red on the collar bring the coat to life. It’s also very warm, a must at this time of year.
Zadig & Voltaire – coat (http://www.zadig-et-voltaire.com)
Diesel – sweater (www.diesel.com)
Balmain – jeans (www.balmain.com)
Buscemi – sneakers – (http://jonbuscemi.com)
Hermes – belt (www.hermes.com)