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Wednesday, October 26, 2011
Monday, October 24, 2011
(photo via timeoutchicago.com)It is finally fall, which means its time to break out the darker shades of clothes and the awesome fall textures and fabrics. With temperatures quickly dropping, it's all about picking the right fabrics to keep you warm while still looking sharp. Because the fall color palette tends to be duller than its spring counterpart, you can make more of a statement with the fabric you choose. Here are five of the best and most stylish fabrics for menswear this fall.
Thursday, October 20, 2011
Monday, October 17, 2011
A few months ago, Dockers introduced a new line of khakis, called Alpha Khaki. It is by far their most modern and versatile style, and is by far one of my favorites. These khakis could very easily replace your pair of go to jeans, as they fit and wear like most denim. The Alpha Khaki line has a modern cut, is slimmer in the waist, and has a slight taper in the leg. They are just the right amount of slim, but definitely not skinny. Another attractive feature of these khakis is the material they are made out of. They have a heavyweight fabric that is durable and will wear well, plus they are reasonably priced from $68-$78, and are often on sale at Dockers.com. These pants also break the traditional khaki mold with their colors as well. They come in a wide variety of colors from beige and khaki to orange and teal, so you can be sure find a color to match your style. Their relaxed look and feel makes them easy to style, and can be worn with almost anything. Many of the colors will work perfectly this fall, like the terra cotta or the brown, and when paired with a nice sweater or jacket you are sure to look sharp.
(photo via circuitmag.net and dockers.com)
Friday, October 7, 2011
Wednesday, October 5, 2011
Tuesday, October 4, 2011
Monday, October 3, 2011
It's officially fall, and while it may not be cold enough to take out your collection of wool coats, you may want to wear something to keep you a little bit warmer. That's when you put on a sweater, particularly a cardigan. They range from lightweight to heavier fabrics and will transition into winter as a very nice layer. No matter what your personal style is, you can find a cardigan you will like. They come in seemingly countless styles, from solid colors to stripes, and they can be dressed up or dressed down to fit wherever you are off to.