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The Art of the Swim Shorts (and other summer style tips!)

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The Art of the Swim Shorts (and other summer style tips!)

Whether you've got a Dad Bod or a six-pack, you're going to want your summer clothes to help you look your best at all times. Here are a few quick tips to help you keep your cool. 

The Sleek Swim Shorts

There’s an art to getting the men’s swim short right. Big, baggy and long and you look like an overgrown teenager, too short and you look too feminine. For the perfect fit you’ll have to try on a few cuts but for an athletic modern fit opt for two to three inches above the knee (never any longer than the knee), keep the leg opening trim. A tailored fit is much more flattering these days than those old Quicksilver board shorts but a lot of guys, despite hitting the big Four-O, haven’t converted to the new fit.

Keep it simple when it comes to pattern – simple and subtle or solid. No tigers, skulls or flames please. Bright or neon colors look better with a tan so save those for the end of summer. When you’re still pale stick with a classic like navy. My favorites are Orlebar Brown Bulldog or Dane depending on your height.

The Orlebar Brown Bulldog Swim Short

The Orlebar Brown Bulldog Swim Short

The Straw Fedora

Not only is it a classic that everyone should own, but gents you need to be as serious about keeping the sun off your face as the ladies are. You are not immune to sun damage and pre-mature wrinkles!

Rule number one when shopping for a hat – always try on in front of a full-length mirror because the width of the brim or the height of the crown can really balance out an outfit. The shape and style of a hat can flatter (or not flatter) your body type. (Does this hat make me look fat?). If you’re not sure go for a “stingy brim” (one-and-a-half-inches or less) as it’s a more stylish look.

Ideally you'd go to a specialized hat store to get a fedora that fits you just right such as Goorin Bros in the West Village or The Pork Pie Hatters in the East Village. 

Goorin Bros Hat by J. Crew

Goorin Bros Hat by J. Crew

Shirts that speak for themselves

Unless you’re a really lucky dude you probably still have to go into the office this summer. As the weather warms up you’re going to want to leave that jacket at home so your shirts need to be impeccably tailored and interesting enough to stand-alone. Go for color and pattern. Pair a lavender check button down with navy dress pants, a brown belt and brown loafers and you’ll be sharp while cool at the same time.

A  Boga check shirt  will help you keep your cool in the office

A Boga check shirt will help you keep your cool in the office

If your summer wardrobe needs an upgrade, you can email me here for a consultation.

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CEO Style

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CEO Style

What do successful CEOs wear? When do they even have time to shop?

I got the chance to find out recently when I worked with the CEO of a large company in Delaware. He’s a suit guy – meaning he wears suits to work everyday. Having worked with a personal stylist before, he already had an appreciation for fine tailoring from classic New York haberdasheries such as Paul Stuart but many of his suits were dark or pinstriped. Since we were heading into summer months he needed lightweight suits and sport coats in summer colors, fabrics and textures.

The handsome life on a busy schedule

Time was of the essence on the day of our shopping trip, as my client had to catch the train home that afternoon, so a car picked him up at the station and he met me at Rothman’s in Union Square. I’d already pre-shopped and had everything laid out in the dressing room ready to go.

Balancing his hectic work schedule is tough but this CEO makes it a priority to fit weekend concerts, dinners and adventure into his busy life.  For that he needs stylish, comfortable, casual clothes that fit his youthful physique and mentality. I’d already pulled aside casual, lightweight pants (he loved them so much he bought them in all three colors), shorts, tees and light cotton sweaters. Everything was altered in-house and shipped straight to his home. This way he didn’t have to deal with tailoring back home and he didn’t have the hassle of carrying all those shopping bags back on the train.

Next we jetted uptown to hit an another upscale men’s boutique and we stopped in at Bloomingdale’s where he couldn’t resist picking up a few John Varvatos tees, lured in by the brand’s rock and roll sensibility.

At Rothman's NYC

At Rothman's NYC

 Special Clothes for Specific Tastes

After an initial phone consultation I realized that my new client lives a vegan lifestyle – which means no leather or suede, not even a leather tag on a pair of jeans. I soon realized that almost every pair of jeans has some leather on it somewhere – either on the outside by the back pocket or smaller in the inside waistband. Fortunately I found him an excellent fit and wash and the tag was faux-leather. Phew!

Not only do I respect his choices, but working with clients with specific requests is exciting and challenging – it pushes me to find new brands, new designers and people who are creating outside the box. Next time he’s in town we are going to hit up Moo Shoes in the Lower East Side – a completely vegan shoe and accessory line.

Fast, Efficient and Productive

It was amazing how much we accomplished in such a short time. An entire summer wardrobe, hand selected and fine-tuned for his needs, from all over town, in just a few hours. And we even had time to relax in the air-conditioned limo and chat about real estate, writing and meditation as we went from one store to the next.

 Be the CEO

Getting this experience isn’t just for CEOs. You could have it too. Everyone has busy lives and sometimes the thought of shopping can feel like an overwhelming and time consuming task. It doesn’t have to be.

Things won’t necessarily slow down for my client this summer, but at least now he’ll look handsome and up-to-date in everything that he does.

Click here to see this CEO's take on the day.

The pre-shop a day before my client's arrival at Rothman's, Paul Stuart and Bloomingdale's. 

The pre-shop a day before my client's arrival at Rothman's, Paul Stuart and Bloomingdale's. 

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Best of British

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Best of British

A huge thanks to Flat 128 owner Elizabeth DuBois and the ladies of Pitch Networking Group for inviting me to talk summer accessory trends and play dress up with the boutique’s beautiful designs. Flat 128 is a luxury lifestyle store in the West Village that brings unique and gorgeous British jewelry, home décor and accessories to NYC.

Elizabeth has curated an impeccable collection of jewelry from delicate and dainty necklaces and rings to big and bold statement pieces that are completely unique. In most cases this adorable store is the only place in the US that you can find these gems and, as a Brit myself, it made me feel quite at home. They also have a stash of PG Tips tea and Marmite so it might just be my new favorite boutique ever.

We had a blast on what felt like a mid-summer’s night drinking Rose, snacking on goodies from Murray’s Cheese Shop and accessorizing with spring scarves and statement jewelry (more to come on that soon). 

Photography by  Rocket + Walker's  David Walker. 

Photography by Rocket + Walker's David Walker. 

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Interview in DOWNTOWN Magazine

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Interview in DOWNTOWN Magazine

I am so excited to be featured in DOWNTOWN Magazine's Spring Issue. If you want a little insight into my world or want to know what it's like to work with a personal stylist, check out this article below....

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How to Wear Spring Florals

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How to Wear Spring Florals

Floral patterns were all over the runways for Spring 2015 and we are definitely seeing them crop up in all the stores. From big and bold to abstract to subtle and miniature – all variety of petal prints are in style but the question is, how to wear them without looking like your grandmother’s bathroom wallpaper?

Start Small

If you are new to prints start with a hint of petal prettiness: a floral clutch, will start you in the right direction. Or try a printed pump – looks adorable with a simple spring dress in white, yellow, pink, or with white or dark jeans and a flirty spring top.

Go Bold

Don’t be afraid to go all the way with florals. A long or short dress with an all-over print can look stunning and scream spring. Pair it with a leather jacket or denim. (I particularly love this All Saints biker jacket because the bottom zips of to make it cropped which is even more flattering with your spring dresses.) Think feminine but with an edge.

Long Floral Dress by  Yumi Kim.

Long Floral Dress by Yumi Kim.

One Piece Statement

Pick one piece of your outfit and let that be your statement maker – a floral skirt, blazer or pants, and let the rest of your outfit be subtle yet complimentary.

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Mix and Match

As you warm up to prints (and for all you monochrome New Yorkers – this may take a few tries) don’t be afraid to mix and match.  Tuck a striped tee into a floral skirt, a rose print dress with a leopard pump. The matching of different prints creates a very feminine and springy vibe. It takes some confidence and practice to pull this off but it’s spring, have fun with it. 

Mix and match florals

If your spring wardrobe needs an upgrade ASAP, give me a shout and I'll help you out. 

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5 Spring Essentials

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5 Spring Essentials

The weather is finally warming up a touch and it's the perfect excuse to add some color and pattern to your wardrobe and take things up a notch in a subtle and casual way. That winter puffer is a distant memory and now you have a chance to dress like you mean it. Here are a few of my favorites to get you amped up for spring….  

The Tan Suit

If you don’t have a sharply tailored tan suit to get you through the spring and summer, now’s the time to get one. You can wear it to work, to a wedding, out to dinner, or wear just the jacket paired with jeans for a date. You can dress it up or down. Tan is so neutral that you can wear it with white, turquoise, lavender, powder blue – it’s hard to mess this up. It’s the one suit you should invest in now.

From left to right:  J. Crew,   Suit Supply , J. Crew

From left to right: J. Crew, Suit Supply, J. Crew

Cotton Ties

The lighter, more casual look and feel of a cotton or linen tie is perfect for hot summer months and it’s the ideal companion to your new tan suit. Buy a solid, a stripe and a plaid and you’ll be set for the season.

Watch Strap

Keep the watch, change the strap. Just as you might switch the silk tie for a cotton or linen tie in the summer, changing the strap on your regular watch from leather to a nylon NATO – aka military style – gives you a more sporty, summery look. Plus change is good. Don’t worry, your good old leather stand by will be waiting for you in the fall.

Nato Straps  on Classic Watches

Nato Straps on Classic Watches

Summer Shoe

The rules have changed when it comes to loafers. Previously a no-no with suits, they are now permitted and more versatile than ever. In fact you can wear the same loafer to the office with a suit as you can on the weekend with jeans or linen pants. For suits, opt for a brown leather with a high vamp (the vamp is the leather on the front of your shoe). A low vamp looks old-manish, shows too much of your foot and makes your feet look small – and what part of that is good? A high vamp is much more attractive, modern and sleek.

Another more casual option is a suede driving shoe. Suede is everywhere in men and women’s fashion this season. An orange or blue suede-driving shoe can add a nice pop of color to a casual outfit. Wear this as you drive with the top down along Montauk Highway, or Pacific Coast Highway, or whatever coast you may be cruising on the weekends.

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Pocket pop

Prints and pops of color are just as important for a man’s wardrobe as they are for women this season, but in a much more subtle way. A pocket square is the perfect way to add a pop of color or pattern and it can breath new life into a suit or sport coat.  We’re not talking poufy or triangular. For a modern take on the pocket square simply fold in three and tuck the end under. Insert the folded end into your pocket so that just half an inch of the rectangular pocket square is showing. Personally I love this look with an open collar no tie for a perfect spring vibe.

Pocket Squares all by  J. Crew

Pocket Squares all by J. Crew

If your spring wardrobe needs an upgrade ASAP, give me a shout and I'll help you out. 

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What I learned from styling Norman Reedus…

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What I learned from styling Norman Reedus…

A few weeks ago I was asked to style Norman Reedus, aka "Daryl" from The Walking Dead, for the cover of DOWNTOWN Magazine. (A tough job but someone's got to do it!)

The photo shoot took place on the 57th floor of 4 World Trade Center and the photographer, Leslie Hassler, captured him brilliantly leaning on the window ledge with the city skyline behind him. It was a very cool experience to work with such a talented team, and just posting a few behind the scenes pics of him on Instagram made me realize what a huge fan base and following he has!

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I took a huge rack of clothes, accessories and shoes to the shoot location because, while I had an idea of how I wanted to style him, I knew I wouldn’t be able to put the final looks together until I met him in person and got a feel for his personality. I know from when I style my clients, an individual's personality has to be reflected in the way they dress otherwise they won’t feel authentic or comfortable in what they're wearing.

Reedus played some Fleetwood Mac on his phone, snuck out to the terrace to have a cigarette then he and I went through the clothes I’d selected for him. So here’s what I learned from styling Norman Reedus:

Suits are for bad boys

You’ve probably seen the trend toward dressing up grow over the past few years, but seeing this bad boy lean toward suits rather than more casual tees and jeans confirmed that suiting up is hotter than ever – especially when not required and unexpected. 

Accessories add an edge

For the cover we dressed him in a John Varvatos slim fitting suit and tie with a grey shirt, unbuttoned at the collar. The finishing details made the look. He wore a chunky Tissot watch, a really cool nail head tie bar by Hook & Albert and a slightly more rugged belt by Trafalgar. Oh, and gorgeous brown monkstrap shoes by Paul Drish.

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Breaking the rules is a must

It was freezing the day of the shoot but we ventured out onto the icy terrace and photographed Reedus with the Freedom Tower as the backdrop. For this shot I took a brown textured jacket from a Canali suit, paired with the actor’s super worn-in jeans and a blue-grey chambray shirt by UNTUCKit. Canali is a classic Italian suit maker and wouldn't usually be my first choice to dress a “zombie killer”, but the texture and color of the jacket paired with the grey shirt and navy tie looked amazing on him and proved that it’s always worth breaking the rules.

The right shirt is essential

I paired the blue-grey chambray shirt by UNTUCKit with a knit tie by Hook & Albert. The fit was perfect. In fact, Norman said the shirt was his favorite thing from the whole shoot, so I told him to keep it. It did look really good on him. What’s cool about UNTUCKit is that the shirts are made specifically to be worn untucked (even though we tucked it in!) – a lot of men’s shirts are too long and roomy to wear out and end up making guys look sloppy rather than casual, but this line has their fit and fabric just right.

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Real men wear hats

I love hats but not everyone feels comfortable wearing them. Norman Reedus, however, rocked the Goorin Bros wool fedora. It completely transformed his look (and maybe kept the chill off his face – did I mention it was freezing that day – so cold that Reedus wore long johns under his suit for the whole shoot!)

                                                        On set with Norman Reedus. 

                                                        On set with Norman Reedus. 

 

                                                         Do you think I brought enough belts and shoes for one shoot? 

                                                         Do you think I brought enough belts and shoes for one shoot? 

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Mastering the weekend wardrobe

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Mastering the weekend wardrobe

David is the guy who always looks sharp for the office or for drinks after work. His closet is a well-edited collection of designer suits, shirts and ties. But after he and his wife had a baby and they moved to Brooklyn he found that his weekend wardrobe needed a shake up. 

As a new dad his lifestyle shifted dramatically and his wardrobe needed to also. The new family outing was taking the stroller to the coffee shop on the weekend, walking along the water in Dumbo with his wife, his son and his dog until the baby fell asleep and then maybe sneaking in an afternoon glass of wine while the baby slept. And date night became a priority.

He had mastered his work wardrobe but now as a new Dad he needed casual clothes for his new life.

Sasha, Dave and of course, adorable baby Landon.

Sasha, Dave and of course, adorable baby Landon.

Here are some things to keep in mind for your weekend wardrobe:

  • Everyone needs a good pair of dark denim jeans that fit right.
  • look for non-denim casual pants (light weight cords or five pocket pants) so you can alternate between these and denim.
  • There’s nothing wrong with having a favorite sweatshirt or hoodie – just make sure it’s modern, flattering and fits well. It’s time to part with that balloon-like sweatshirt from your college days.
  • Never wear your gym sneakers outside the gym. Get a pair of “street sneakers” to wear with jeans and casual pants.
  • Buy a vest to layer under a coat when it’s chilly and to wear over a shirt or a sweater as the weather warms up. (It will also give you more pockets to store your keys and wallet so your pants don’t look bulky).
  • Keep your dress shirts for the workweek. Get some great sport shirts to wear for date night.
  • Buy a casual sport coat and wear it as a lightweight jacket.
From top left clockwise:  JBrand ,  John Varvatos ,  Salence ,  AG ,  UNTUCKit ,  Common Projects .

From top left clockwise: JBrand, John Varvatos, Salence, AG, UNTUCKit, Common Projects.

Of course, we all want to be comfortable and casual on the weekend, but there are ways to achieve that and look smart at the same time. I always like to remind my clients that they shouldn’t just dress well for their colleagues – think about the person who has to look at you every day for the rest of your life!

If you have an aspect of your wardrobe that needs a tune up, feel free to contact me here.

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Protect your shoes this winter

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Protect your shoes this winter

If you live in NYC, your boots and shoes are expected to stand up to some brutal conditions during the winter months - rain, snow, ice, even salt. They have probably taken a beating already, but that doesn’t mean you should be wearing your crappy shoes all winter.

Firstly, everyone, male and female, should have a good pair of snow boots for those seriously yucky days. By far my favs are Sorel for style and price – after all you want something to keep you warm and dry and you don’t want to spend a fortune if your only going to wear them a few weeks out of the year (hopefully!) They have seriously good-looking options for men and women and now, toward the end of Feb, is a good time to buy for next winter.

But on those non-blizzard days, there’s a lot you can do to protect your shoes, and what they really need is a little TLC. I reached out to Meghan Cleary, footwear expert and author of ®Shoe Are You?, for some tips on how to help our winter shoes survive the harsh season.

Prepare

A little-known enemy of winter footwear? Salt. While super efficient at dissolving snow and ice in driveways, it also can permanently stain leather and suede shoes. To prevent salt damage, Cleary recommends spraying boots or shoes a minimum of five to seven times with a protective shoe spray before wearing them.

“Let your shoes dry between sprays and then let them dry overnight. This will give a great foundation for protection for the season,” she adds.

Protect

When you come inside after being in nasty weather, boots and shoes must be immediately wiped off or cleaned because, as Cleary says, once salt is left on your boot, it’s over.

“It’s quite tragic to get salt on your favorite pair of boots,” she says. “It not only discolors leather and suede, but eats away at it as well.” The solution? “Have a brush or cloth at your door for when you come in to head off any problems immediately.”

Polish and clean

The thought of polishing my boots reminds me of being a kid and seeing my dad shining up all his dress shoes on a Sunday night for the week ahead. But it’s probably time to step up and become a master polisher myself. Polish adds another layer of protection, and the more conditioned and oiled your boots and shoes are, the better they will repel salt and dirt. “An ounce of prevention can save you so many pairs of shoes and boots,” Cleary says.

She suggests cleaning leather with saddle soap and a damp rag, but says it’s best to leave it to the pros when it comes to suede. If they get scuffed she suggests taking them to a shoe repair specialist for steam-cleaning.

Store

It’s not just the winter season that you need to think about protecting your cold weather shoes and boots. Shove them to the back of the closet in the “off-season” and they will most likely end up dusty and dirty and misshapen.

For women boot shapers will help them keep their form when you’re not using them, or, for a simpler, less expensive solution, place a rolled-up magazine in the boot. It will expand slightly to the size of the boot and keep it up upright, maintaining the correct shape.

For guys it’s more about keeping them dust free and in good shape. Fall and winter footwear can be stored under the bed in a flat shoe-storage bag. Not only will this keep them clean and safe from getting trampled, but when you pull them out again next fall, they’ll feel new again.

If you remember only one thing, let it be this: wipe down on brush off your shoes or boots when you come in from snowy weather and salty streets.

Winter boots don't have to be ugly. Sorel has versatile styles that look good, keep your feet warm and dry and may even be on sale right now!!

Winter boots don't have to be ugly. Sorel has versatile styles that look good, keep your feet warm and dry and may even be on sale right now!!


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No pocket square? Use your gloves instead

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No pocket square? Use your gloves instead

Ever considered using your gloves for more than just keeping your hands warm? At Pitti Uomo in Florence, probably the biggest, most influential menswear trade show in the world where you’ll see hoards of impeccably well-dressed men flock to the city to see the latest men’s collections, the gents were using their gloves in place of pocket squares.

Around this time of year you’ll see tons of magazines and newspapers showcasing street style pictures of these guys and although I didn’t go this year, I always like to keep my eyes open for emerging trends – not just from the exhibitors but from the men walking around.

This one trend I thought we could pick up and use right now since gloves are definitely a must have accessory in chilly NYC at the moment: the glove as the pocket square in your suit or over overcoat. If you’re sporting brown gloves, make sure you’re wearing brown shoes and a brown belt or brown leather bag. I love the combo of brown leather accessories especially with a blue or grey suit.

Italian brand Di Maestro brings the trend to NYC. This photo was taken at the MRket show by photographer John Lewis.

Italian brand Di Maestro brings the trend to NYC. This photo was taken at the MRket show by photographer John Lewis.

 

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A New Way to Shop for Shoes

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A New Way to Shop for Shoes

I love shoes and I love finding a good deal – both for my clients and myself – but I would never recommend buying a pair of shoes without trying them on first. For this reason online shoe shopping has never been on my radar. So when I heard about two new men’s shoe companies that are taking a cost saving, cut-out-the middleman kind of approach, while offering high-quality stylish men’s footwear that you can try before you buy, I was intrigued and I thought you’d want to be in on the secret.

Paul Drish and Jack Erwin both recently launched showrooms in lower Manhattan where customers can try on every style of shoe available, but, because there’s no on-site inventory, you place your order online and get it delivered directly to you home or office.

Paul Drish Showroom

Paul Drish Showroom

Paul Drish shoes is a collection of 26 styles such as wingtips, loafers, and monkstraps, all with a contemporary flare. It's a spin off of the 25-year-old parent company, Drish Shoes, which also manufactures footwear for many of the high-end European designers. The Tribeca Showroom opened in early November with their online site launching soon after. The appointment only showroom has a speakeasy vibe and on the night of the launch (it just happens to be in the same building where I live so I had an easy commute) there was a bar with Milano Green Vodka cocktails, shoe shiners from men’s groomer John Allen and, of course, a gorgeous display of men’s shoes. Prices range from $200-$395 for shoes that are extremely high quality, stylish and would cost you closer to a grand if you were shopping at more traditional men’s stores.

Dress-shoe brand Jack Erwin opened their showroom, The Fitting Room, in Tribeca on November 13. While the showroom is more like a traditional shop with a street-level store front on a cobblestone street, as opposed to Paul Drish’ appointment only loft, the concept is similar. Handcrafted in Spain with full-grain leather from Italy and France, Jack Erwin’s styles are classic and classy. A suede driving loafer will run you $95, a streamlined Chelsea boot $210 and cap-toe oxford for $195. (Talk about a steal!) And in case you didn’t get it right when you tried it on in-person, they make the deal sweeter by offering free shipping and free returns.

Jack Erwin's The Fitting Room

Jack Erwin's The Fitting Room

 Need advice on what shoes to wear with which outfit or what style to purchase next? Feel free to reach out anytime.

That's me, checking out the shoes at the Paul Drish launch party. 

That's me, checking out the shoes at the Paul Drish launch party. 

From top left clockwise: Paul Drish Monkstrap, Jack Erwin selection, Jack Erwin Carter Wingtip Combat Boot, Paul Drish Sebastien Boot.

From top left clockwise: Paul Drish Monkstrap, Jack Erwin selection, Jack Erwin Carter Wingtip Combat Boot, Paul Drish Sebastien Boot.


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Menswear in Marsala

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Menswear in Marsala

Happy New Year All! I hope things are getting off to a stylish start and that Santa was good to you - sartorially speaking. If you will be making good use of gift receipts and returning unwanted wooly scarfs and ugly sweaters, consider keeping your eyes peeled for something in the muted burgundy range.

 Pantone, the color institute, has selected “marsala” as the color of the year for 2015 – which is actually a good thing for menswear. Every year since 2000, Pantone has been designating a color to express what they think is taking place in the global zeitgeist – a color that they believe is a reflection of people’s mood, attitude and feeling for 2015. This year it’s a muted scarlet that brings to mind earthy, rich, full-bodied qualities which lends itself to rich, wintery sport coats, knit ties and ox-blood leather oxfords and saves you from wearing black too much.

 But of course not everyone agrees. When the color was announced social media was abuzz, with some bashing the color choice as ugly and renascent of bodily fluids, dirt or rust. Everyone’s entitled to their opinions, of course, but as far as menswear is concerned, I think it’s an excellent choice and a great color to add into your wardrobe.

I don’t recommend trying to dress head to toe in the muted burgundy, rather add a pop of it here and there with a scarf, tie, blazer, sock or even a pair of jeans.

Here are a few pieces I found. Send me a picture and let me know what you come up with….

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Pictured clockwise from top left: J Brand Kane Twill trouser in Saddle, $176 www.jbrandjeans.comMosaic Wool Scarf, $59.50 www.jcrew.comDeath to Tennis Nivan Wool Blazer, $529 www.odinnewyork.comPaolo Albizzati Floral, Medallion Pocket Square, $85 www.barneys.comTie Bar Stripe Tie, $15, www.nordstrom.comO’Keeffe Wingtip Brogues, $965 www.mrporter.com

 

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Pictured clockwise from top left: Goorin Bros Jack Angel Hat, $38 www.goorin.com, Saint Laurent Mini Dot Tie, $185 www.farfetch.com, Gant Rugger Jacquard Sweater, $175 www.us.gant.com, Gallo Woven Bicolor Socks, $37.81 www.farfetch.com8.15 August Fifteenth Newsboy Jacket, $630 www.odinnewyork.comCharles Tyrwhitt woven tie, $29 www.ctshirts.com

 

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