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How Did I Wear…

post_bryce2_092415_01post_bryce2_092415_02post_bryce2_092415_03post_bryce2_092415_04post_bryce2_092415_05Shirt: H&M | Joggers: ASOS |
Sneakers: Adidas

How did I wear…a longline tee?

After leaving work last weekend, I happened to stop by the mall to window shop before my next pay check. On my way out, I had a chance to stop by H&M. Fortunately, they were having a mid-season season, with most of their prices cut in half. I was able to walk out with a few essential items, one in which including the popular longline tee.

Longline tee? Yes, longline tee. Remember those long tees we wore back during the Snap n Roll days from 2005? Well, the longline tee is like a little brother. With a more stylish cut and slimmer appearance, the longline tee was very popular this year.

Tip: If you are looking for a longline tee, try some of my favorite stores including H&M, Urban Outfitters, and ASOS. Most of their longline shirts are reasonably priced. When you get a chance, check out some of their other longline items as well. I’m sure you will be find something else you like as well.

Considered one of the most stylish fashion trends for men this year, the longline tee is great for lounging or running errands. Since I have a very short torso, I love how it elongates my body!

Tip: All the “Cool Kids” were their longline tees with distressed skinny jeans, shorts, or leather boots. To accessories, you can wear or tie an old plaid shirt around your waist. Just try something different!

For this look, I decided to wear my tee with black joggers, and an old pair of Adidas I found lying around my closet.

Tip: Make sure you purchase the right size tee. That’s why we have fitting rooms folks. Originally, I thought my a large would fit perfectly. However, the medium was slimmer and was the right size I was looking for.

Are you going to jump into the longline tee trend this season? Feel free to share with us in the comments section below.

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Casual: Layering

post_alex1_091715_08post_alex1_091715_02post_alex1_091715_03post_alex1_091715_04post_alex1_091715_05Blazer: Uniqlo | Hoodie: American Apparel |
Shirt: GAP | Joggers: J. Crew |
Sneakers: Adidas | Watch: Daniel Wellington |
Broach: homemade

As mentioned in a previous post, layering is something you may want to consider this fall.

Why? Since the weather is so unpredictable around this time of the year, you should always be prepared for any situation. So, layering is your best option. Now, if you don’t believe us, just ask our home boy Alex.

Before we get to his outfit, he had this to say about the art of layering,  “Layering with less conventional pieces expands my closet and allows me to go from work, to happy hour, to the function and beyond in one look.”

In regards to layering, versatility is the key here people. For example, Alex has utilized his current knowledge of layering by putting together this transitional outfit. His look includes a dark grey wool blazer, red hoodie, and a checkered button-up.

According to Alex, “This is easily one of my most comfortable outfits.  The hoodie is super soft and the blazer is unstructured so it falls on my shoulders, so I wouldn’t hesitate to wear it wherever.”

To finish off his look, Alex chose to go with trendy style joggers.  Remember, joggers are very multifaceted. They can be worn to the office, during cocktail hour, or just a night out on the town.

So how do you like Alex’s sleek-casual look?

Feel free to share with us in the comments section below!

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Men’s Style Mondays

post_bryce1_092415_01post_bryce1_092415_02post_bryce1_092415_03post_bryce1_092415_04post_bryce1_092415_06Blazer: Forever21 | Shirt: GAP |
Jeans: River Island | Loafers: DSW

Last spring, I found this checkered sport coat from Forever21, and thought it would be a perfect addition to my fall wardrobe. So, I refrained from wearing it until recently.

For an upscale look, this jacket looks great with a solid color button-up. The burgundy and black color combination capture the true essence of autumn.

Since the blazer itself is very “After 5ish,” I decided to dress it down with my favorite distressed jeans and tassel loafers. Remember, the blazer, jeans, and loafer style has been my go-to look all year.

How would you style this jacket? Feel free to share with us in the comments section below.

Thanks for reading!

Outfits: September 2015

Outfits: September 2015


Solid Color Faux Shearling Fall Winter Moto Flight Bomber Jacket
River Island Light wash distressed Dylan jeans
Dr. Martens 1460 Lace-up Boots, Black
Zara Check Flannel Shirt