Bold Men’s Style

By on February 4, 2013
Bold Mens Style

Gentlemen, want a bold style that makes you look like a fashion model? It can be yours by incorporating these simple fashion tips into your personal style.

To give yourself a fashion magazine masculine style, you want to consider your color combinations. Duo tones or tri-tones are always a killer combo. If dressing for the office or a business event, we recommend the pant suit look with a lighter toned collared shirt with a tri-tone tie, or no tie at all with top two buttons undone. This is a sexy men’s style but keeps it professional at the same time. We are big fans of these Acne Drifter satin-trimmed mohair-blend tuxedo trousers paired with Burberry Prorsum slim fit wool tuxedo jacket made in Italy. Forget the basic men’s suit, and opt for the high fashion style that a tuxedo pant and blazer offer. To get really bold men’s style, opt for the tuxedo with a collarless light sweater. Heads will turn! If you choose the collared shirt fashion style for your occasion, this soft yellow by Arrow would look great, or choose from any of your favorite designer collared shirts, but make sure with this look you choose a light color. It’s the deep contrast of this style that makes it a winner. The men’s necktie with stripes is a great fashion style item. The midas touch will be the Maison Martin Margiela line 22 Hobs-Nail black loafer from the men’s collection. These are stylish and unique shoes made in Italy that your colleagues will definitely appreciate.

With this color combo of grey, black and yellow, be prepared to soak up all the attention you’ll get for looking fashion model good.

About Jacqueline Maddison

Jacqueline Maddison is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Rancho Santa Fe Magazine. She believes in shining light on the best of the best in life. She welcomes you into the world of the ultimate luxury lifestyle.

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