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How Did I Wear…

post_bryce1_081716_01post_bryce1_081716_02post_bryce1_081716_03post_bryce1_081716_04post_bryce1_081716_05Pants: Salvation Army |
Shirt: Salvation Army |
Denim Jacket: Levis |
Shoes: G.H. Bass

How did I wear…seersucker pants?!

With Labor Day around the corner. it’s time to get some last minute wear and tear out of your summer essentials.

Today, I decided to wear these slim fit, seersucker pants. Seer sucker pants? If you have never heard of them before, then let us explain. According to Wikipedia:

Seersucker is a thin, puckered, all-cotton fabric, commonly striped or chequered, used to make clothing for spring and summer wear. The word came into English from Persian, and originates from the words sheer and shakar, literally meaning “milk and sugar”, probably from the resemblance of its smooth and rough stripes to the smooth texture of milk and the bumpy texture of sugar.

In short, they are really good pair of pants to own, especially if you are looking for something a little light.

Tip: You can go the traditional route and style your seersucker pants with a matching suit jacket. You can even dress them down with a simple t-shirt or tank.

I actually found these pants at my local Salvation Army for $10. Not only were these pants a steal, they’re a perfect fit! No tailoring required.

Tip: In a regular department store, you may find a good pair of seer sucker pants for $45. Not bad if you have the money. However, your most affordable option is obviously the thrift store.

For a preppy look, I went with a simple striped tee from H&M and a pair of leather saddle shoes. Similar to the pants, the shirt was also thrifted as well.

I further styled my outfit with a denim Levis jacket.

Tip: Where should I wear my seersucker pants? You can always wear your seer sucker pants to a wedding, graduation, or to a wine event.

So, how do you feel about this particular look? Feel free to share with us in the comments section below.

Thanks of reading!

Strictly Business: Layering

post_peso4_030716_01post_peso4_030716_02post_peso4_030716_03post_peso4_030716_04post_peso4_030716_05Top Shirt: Urban Outfitters |
Dress Shirt: H&M |
Pants: Primark |
Shoes: Kenneth Cole

Back in the day, the everyday man would wear certain pieces like neckties, dress pants, and loafers to the office, weddings, or funerals. In 2016, the rules have changed. Today, our friend Jordan, shows us how to incorporate formal attire with his everyday look.

For this post, Jordan went with an early fall layering trend. His outfit includes pair of black dress pants, a grey henley thermal shirt, and a floral printed button up.

For that classic American vibe, Jordan accessorized his outfit with a pair suspenders, and a fedora.

So how do you feel about this particular look?

Feel free to share with us in the comments section below

Thanks for reading!

Men’s Style Mondays

post_bryce7_071416_05post_bryce7_071416_02post_bryce7_071416_03post_bryce7_071416_04post_bryce7_071416_01Waistcoat: Thrifted |
Shirt: ASOS |
Jeans: H&M |
Shoes: Red Tape

This 90s inspired look was inspired by some of my favorite sitcoms including Saved by the Bell, Clarissa Explains It All, Boy Meets World, and Blossom.

Take, for instance, the printed waist coat. Layered over a graphic t-shirt from ASOS, this waistcoat captures the true nostalgic presence of the 90s era with it’s arrangement of polo jockeys and fun colors.

In addition, this look was further styled with a pair of skinny jeans from H&M and Red Tape smart shoes from ASOS. You can’t go wrong with a pair of lace up shoes with a thick sole, especially one that matches your outfit.

So, how do you feel about this 90s inspired “get-up?”

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

Thanks for reading!

Stylin’ Sunday

post_seonne1_062916_01post_seonne1_062916_02post_seonne1_062916_03post_seonne1_062916_04post_seonne1_062916_05post_seonne1_062916_06post_seonne1_062916_07 Shirt: J. Crew |
Denim Shorts: American Eagle |
Shoes: GAP |
Bowite: Seonnemichel