Tag Archives: Summer wear

That 1930s inspired look | Cuts for Him

So basically I asked my good friend @charlesnaso (@augustusnas) to do this 30s fashion inspired shoot last year knowing he always gives me the shots I want. It is always a joy working with this brother.

The idea for this look is to channel a 1930s gent with a modern twist. As modern fashion continue to edge more towards street style, from time to time, I try to recapture the essence of a true gent from the perspective of style. Portraying a Continue reading That 1930s inspired look | Cuts for Him

Khaki suit: A wise choice

A Khaki suit is one of the best investments a man can ever make for the summer season. I know we are almost at the end of the summer now but bear with me as this might be handy for next season. Who knows, you might even get a good bargain on a similar suit in the sale to stock up for next summer.

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During the Born to Shine TV interview – With the director Mathilde

My Khaki suit turned out to be an unexpected hit for this summer as I try to look smart but relaxed at the same time. The truth is I only bought myself one by chance as i walked into a Paul Smith discount store in July looking for a pair of shoes. I came Continue reading Khaki suit: A wise choice

That early summer look

Nothing says “summer” better than a light coloured blazer with a pair of trainers. Once you get these two items right, what you choose to wear in-between is completely up to you.

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Let me get straight into it and list out what I wore on an evening out on my most recent holiday.

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Blazer: If you’ve been reading my blog for at least a few months then you would know that I put a lot of emphasis on my blazers. As I mentioned in this piece I did with Mazda last year, a blazer has the potential to transform your entire look. A well cut blazer is that perfect bridge between casual and smart. You can Continue reading That early summer look

The Print and I

There was something about print shirts that made me look the other way whenever I walk into a store. I couldn’t quite tell what it was but prints made me feel slightly uncomfortable to even trying one on.

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Could it be the very casual nature or was it the lack of versatility that kept me away from prints? For someone who loves to mix and match outfits to create my unique style, versatility of a garment is very important. Continue reading The Print and I