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MEN & STYLE: Time to Get Trendy…big, bold, and adventurous

MEN & STYLE: Time to Get Trendy, big, bold, and adventurous men.
SHOES
The shoes you wear must match your belt always, as in the same colour and shade and texture. If you are wearing a brown leather belt, please wear brown leather shoes, not suede or velvet shoes. There are no exceptions whatsoever, especially if you are wearing formal outfits like a suit or a shirt and tie.

The shoes you wear must match your belt always

The shoes you wear must match your belt always

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BELTS

Belts for formal wears are less fashionable

Belts for format wears are less fashionable

Belts for formal wears are less fashionable and less bulky, they are simple and clean. Studded belts, big, bold, and adventurous, sometimes multi-coloured are meant for casual wears such as jeans and chinos.

SHIRTS

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know the type of shirt that suits you

know the type of shirt that suits you

It is apparent to know the type of shirt that suits you. Please use the guideline below when next you go shopping for shirts.

  • Stocky men should wear cut-away collars and if they must wear shirts with collars they should leave the last two buttons opened unless they have to wear it to work.
  • Men with long thin necks should go for deep collars.
  • Young or very fit men are the only ones who should wear slim-fitted, body hugging shirts/T-shirts. Since this group of men have the body and muscles to show-off.

The colour of the shirt you wear says a lot about your personality, so be sure to choose colours that compliment your skin tone.

Also please use the below as a guideline:
SKIN TONE: Pale/Light or fair | SUGGESTED COLOURS: All shades of blue, black brown beige | COLOURS TO AVOID: Red, Purple, Pink, Yellow, Orange
SKIN TONE: Medium/Brown | SUGGESTED COLOURS: All shades of blue, burgundy, black, grey, purple, lilac, pink, white, cream | COLOURS TO AVOID: Green, Red, dark, brown, orange.
SKIN TONE: Dark | SUGGESTED COLOURS: White, Pink, light, brown, cream, mustard or yellow, lemon green | COLOURS TO AVOID: Black, dark brown, navy blue, turquoise, olive green.

In lieu of the above, men on the fat side should wear shirts with horizontal strips or plain coloured shirts while men who are slim should go for check-like designs, polka dots or shirts with prints and designs on them as this would hide the fact that you don’t have biceps and enough manly looks.

SOCKS

socks you wear should either match the colour of your trousers or shoes

socks you wear should either match the colour of your trousers or shoes

The socks you wear should either match the colour of your trousers or shoes, this depends on individuals and on the impression you want to create. If you are adventurous, you would adorn multi-coloured socks – sometimes to show a bit of colour. If you choose this route of adventure, please the most domineering colour on the socks should match your trousers or shoes. Some people are of the opinion that you can match your socks with a colour from shirt or tie; this is practically unacceptable and would not pass any fashion test. The only times you are allowed to go without socks are when you are wearing loafers or sandals and dressy shoes with traditional attires. It is very important to know that no matter how tempted you are to wear socks with traditional attire especially in those very cold winter days, you cannot wear them.

WALLETS
This should complement your belt and shoes. Be careful of overloading your wallet with all sorts, other than your credit cards and cash and identity cards. Just to let you know that it is really an eye-sore to have a bulky pocket. If you are the type who carries lots of business cards in your wallet please buy an organiser or a phone that does much more for you, a phone that you can enter all the details on the card on, so you leave the business cards in your office or home.

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