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post_bryce1_031115_01post_bryce1_031115_04post_bryce1_031115_03post_bryce1_031115_02post_bryce1_031115_05Denim Jeans: ASOS | Oxford Shirt: GAP
Suit Jacket: Forever21 | Shoes: Thrifted

Although it may seem taboo, there’s nothing like a good pair of white jeans in the winter. White jeans in the winter? Yes, people are wearing white year round now. It’s actually become more common than you think. Most of your favorite celebrities have been wearing white since  early September.

In fact, I prefer to wear white during the colder seasons anyway. Why? Well, white looks great with darker colors. I really like wearing white with both warm and cool colors like burgundy, mustard, navy, violet, and brown.

If you don’t believe me, just take a look at the above outfit. Paired with an oxford button-up and burgundy suit jacket, these white denim jeans will definitely help me stand out in a crowd.

For just $35, you too can bend the rules of fashion with white denim jeans. I purchased mine from ASOS about a year ago during an “off” season. I typically buy clothes out of season since they are usually cheaper.

Have you ever incorporated white into your winter wardrobe? Tell us your story in the comments section below!

Happy Monday!

Men’s Style Mondays

post_brycelennon3_013115_01post_brycelennon3_013115_04post_brycelennon3_013115_03post_brycelennon3_013115_02post_brycelennon3_013115_05Blazer: ASOS | Turtleneck: KOHLS
Jeans: River Island | Loafers: Hush Puppies

To my friend Mother Nature,

I love what you have done with winter this season. For one, the snow has been thicker than ever, and I can’t thank you enough for all the extra days home from work. However, I have been waiting anxiously spring. Why? Considering it’s March, and I’m still wearing velvet blazers outside is kind of awkward. So, what can be do to speed up this process?

If I could actually write a letter to Mother Nature, I would have her bring Spring tomorrow. Wishful thinking, right? Well, if you live in New Jersey like myself, you know that we have at least three more weeks of cold weather.

With all that being said, I found some time to put together another winter outfit before the weather turns. Today, I decided to pair an old turtle neck and blazer together. Purchased for $40 from ASOS, this blazer was at the top of my Christmas list two years ago. Ironically, this blazer has been worn only three times.

The same can be said about the white turtle neck as well. It seems like I only wore this sweater to holiday events and parties. Needless to say, these two items look great together, especially with the grey skinny jeans and black loafers.

What do you think about this look? Is it appropriate enough for winter? Leave us some comments below.

Men’s Style Mondays

post_brycelennon2_013115_01post_brycelennon2_013115_02post_brycelennon2_013115_03post_brycelennon2_013115_04post_brycelennon2_013115_05Blazer: Forever21 | Button-Up: GAP |
Jeans: River Island | Boots: DSW |
Fedora: Belk

As mentioned in a previous post, black is one of those colors that can be worn with anything. Now, I can only speak for myself, but I love wearing black when I go out, especially during the winter. Just think about it! There’s nothing like a fitted pair of black jeans and button-up with a fun blazer. Fun blazer? Think wild prints, fun patterns, and bright colors.

If you still can’t grasp the concept, just scroll above! As you can see, I decided to throw on this old button-up from GAP with my favorite skinny jeans and boots. Simple, right? Also, with just $40, you can pull this look together for a reasonable price.

Let’s not forget about that fun blazer. Over a year ago, I purchased my first camo blazer on sale from Forever21 for $20. Ridiculous, right? Not only was this blazer dirt cheap, it looks great with all black too.

Overall, I love this outfit. You can never go wrong with a fun print and all black.

What do you think?  Tell us about it in the comment section below.

Thanks for reading.

Men’s Style Mondays

post_bryce1_022215_01post_bryce1_022215_02post_bryce1_022215_06post_bryce1_022215_04post_bryce1_022215_03Camel Blazer: Thrift Store | Button-Down: H&M
Waist Coat: Ralph Lauren | Necktie: ASOS
Pants: H&M | Shoes: G.H. Bass

After week’s of searching, I finally found a camel blazer. I have to admit, I was looking for something a little longer, but this will do for now. Plus, it was only $6.99. You can’t beat that, right? That’s what happens when you are a talented thrifter like myself. Not to tute my own horn, but I know a thing or two about thrift shopping.

Since I can go on and on about thrift shopping, we can save that conversation for another time. Let’s get back to my newly purchased camel blazer. Lately, I’ve been seeing people on streets wearing their camel items with black only. This sounds fun and all, but I like a little color.

So, I decided to dress up the blazer with some preppy essentials, which means bright colors.  My entire outfit consists a variety of items including a pin striped button-down, wool waist coat, twill pants, and a pair of suede saddle shoes. Can we say “dapper” much. Now, I know it’s not one of those GQ Insider outfits of the week, but it still looks great in the snow. It’s better than wearing all black.

What do you think about this week’s featured look? What would you wear with you camel blazer?. Typically, I like wearing transitional outfits that I can wear to and from work.