We’ll go over seven common patterns you may find in stores (maybe even your own closet, right now!), how to distinguish the differences among all of them, and finally, how to incorporate them within your existing wardrobe so you can easily put together a cohesive, good-looking outfit.
Via Joseph Scherrer
"Men's fashion trends towards wider pants and roomier shapes. The new big, you might call it, will first appear in fast fashion chains like H&M, Zara and Topman, where designers and retailers alike will be gauging male consumers’ reactions."
Men's fashion adoption of wider pants and a relaxed fit should appeal to the average American male with an average waist size of 38. However, when has fashion been all about profit and economics? Yes, the market is much broader with this trend. But I seriously doubt fit, fashionable men will discard form fitting attire for something unflattering and baggy. I just don't see this trend taking root in the fashion world.
Do you think the model in the photo above would wear that outfit anywhere else besides the runway?
"A large canadian recruitment office recently published a study concerning the recruiting of male executives. This study shows that 52% of headhunters had a pretty reliable idea of the candidate in less than… 10 minutes. 30% of those recruiters said they had made an almost definitive judgement in as little as 5 minutes..."
What's behind the Italian man's fearless way with color? Where does he get his uncanny knack for combining pebbled textures with silky trimmings? How does he manage to be so secure in those slim-fitting clothes? And how does he put it all together with a refined sense of sprezzatura (Italian for "studied nonchalance")?