Some things are destined to stay immortal. Some of those things include these wardrobe classics which never get out of touch, they never reach their expiry date and neither do those who choose to wear them.
Have a look at some examples.
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It just can’t be simpler than this. The sweatshirts have been enjoying undisputed success since maybe they were first worn and continue to do so, all down to their simplicity.
Wear them with another simple wear like the chino trousers and you have completed the most simple yet the most classic attire. If you’re wondering why this combination worked out that well, well think of that saying that you studied a long time ago, “Opposites attract”. While your formal leg-wears add that formal taste to the occasion, chino doesn’t and gives a very comfortable, unfussy edge over their trouser counterparts.
These would make you look stylish and make you feel relaxed even when you’re not on duty.
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We traditionally avoid wearing black in the summers, simply because you wish to avoid the unwanted heat. So you choose to wear bright colours and it doesn’t get brighter than white. You can actually cover yourself in white and you will not only be wearing something to beat the heat but you would also be wearing something that never gets old, something classic, and something ever so bright.
Make sure you choose a shade of white that goes with your skin tone. White doesn’t come in one tone, does it?
So, choose the best you can carry. Show it off with a nice pair of loafers and you might just be the reason of envy for many around you, even those savvy dressers.
[mks_dropcap style=”rounded” size=”30″ bg_color=”#000000″ txt_color=”#ffffff”]3[/mks_dropcap]Breton Top with a jacket/blazer
The Breton top might have been first used by the French navy in the nineteenth century but it’s still in and doesn’t show any signs of dying. The designers do try their hand at different patterns but the fashion stays, probably grows.
The simplicity of the top enables you to wear it with almost anything. Wear it off with a nice blazer. James Dean carried it spectacularly , you might be able to do the same way, might.
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Charming and worn every winter, the roll neck never dies. No sooner does the temperature starts to tumble, men across the world get these out. Add a nice double breasted blazer and you’re good to go.
The single breasted might be worn more lately but the double sided blazers stay.
Just for reference, Michael Cain wore it quite neatly.
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You would never seem you’re off duty and would still be carrying yourself sharply. Reason? The evergreen Oxford shirt and those fine tailored trousers.
Men always want to look good and thus come across several attires which makes them look good for most of the day. In this, they have a classic which never grows old and never goes out of order. In fact, wear this and one might not be able to figure whether you’re still on duty or not.