Bryant Taylor

MIX AND MATCH

Regular contributor to the blog, Peso, comes all the way from Philadelphia to show off another refined look. Check out the full feature below!

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For this particular look, Peso incorporated a mixture of classic and modern pieces. He donned the ever so popularized turtleneck with a tweed striped blazer and red fedora. For the bottom half, he kept it casual with these denim dreams. He dressed it up with a pair of suede chelsea boots. Don’t be afraid to incorporate different styles into your look! Lastly, notice the dark color scheme chosen. Remember for winter months, darker colors are more appropriate. So, how do you feel about this particular look? Feel free and share with us in the comments section below. Thanks for reading

Street Style: Double Denim

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Denim Vest: H&M
Thermal: Primark
Jeans: GAP
Sneakers: Nike

Time to break out your double denim!

Our friend Peso comes through the site once again to show of a street wear inspired look.  

One of the great things about these type of looks is the different hue styles you can play with. For his look, Peso opted to go the dark, hue blue denim route. He paired his denim jeans with a sleeveless denim vest.

Continuing with this theme, Peso wore a olive sweater and underclothes it with a long-sleeve button up shirt. It’s the perfect mix of street and casual apparel.

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

Thanks for reading!

Strictly Business: Colors

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Blazer: H&M
Sweater: H&M
Pants: H&M
Shoes: ALDO
Watch: Fossil

Our individual style feature of day comes from one our friend Kaseir, as previously featured here. Today, it’s all about the colors! Here Kaseir takes his favorite hues from the fall palette and mixes them with a contemporary look.

The navy blazer can be traditionally worn with warm and cool colors.  Kaseir took it a step further by styling his blazer with a lightly colored crewneck sweater and burgundy chinos. Notice that every color chosen contrasts the other. Remember, don’t be afraid to mix it up with your choices.

Another great way to add some color is through minor accessories. Think about all your favorite accessories like pocket squares, socks, and watches. Subtle details make your outfit come full circle

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

After 5: Transitioning Seasons

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Blazer: Banana Republic
Jeans: CAP

Transitioning between seasons may sound intense, but it’s actually a lot easier than it sounds. Most people find themselves mix matching their favorite autumn prints with their coziest winter coats.

Today, Adonis shows us another transitional look that can be worn to the office or for a night out. His casual, After 5 look includes a grey blazer, printed button-up, and black denim jeans. Double points for the floral print.

Remember when dressing up, your footwork is always important. To finish off this look, Adonis opted to with a suede chelsea boot. This is another great example of how to mix fall and winter fashion together. Nicely done if you ask us! 

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

Thanks for reading!