Fashion | Nailing that smart casual look this spring
It’s been a while since I have done a fashion related article, sorry about that, but now I am hoping to give you a more consistent stream of fashion advice for you wonderful guys and gals.
Retro is popular at the moment, but that isn’t the reason I have chosen the collarless shirts over more conventional ones, with the design still managing to look modern despite collarless (granddad) designs being around for ages, making them the perfect shirt for both work and play,
White. Black, Light Blue, Dark Blue
There is nothing more stylish than a good blazer and the Herringbone style is perfect for every situation, be it around town or a night on the tiles, you will shine with sartorial elegance, while not looking overdressed for more casual occasions.
Sticking with the retro chic theme, rather than chinos, I would suggest denim is the prefect way to go, with a much wider verity to choose from and depending on how much you are willing to spend, I myself find that it really doesn’t matter too much as long as you like the style.
When if comes to footwear, there is nothing better than a good Converse boot, a shoe that never seems to become uncool and practically an unlimited series of designs to choose from, there will be something for finish of any outfit, with the more traditional boot style prefect for every situation.
Grey, Red, Brown
With more and more things to carry around, the last thing you want is pockets overflowing with everything from wallets to iPods and everything in between, which for someone like me is only the tip of the iceberg, so a good bag is a must have and for me there is nothing better than a Satchel, especially one from the Cambridge Satchel Company, who you may remember having a Google advert a couple of years back.
Navy, Tan, Dark Brown, Black, Burgundy
With phones ability to die, a good watch is still an important part of any outfit and with smart watches hitting the market with increasing frequency, you could go for one that can sync all your data or contain inbuilt GPS to track your movements, but as it stands these watches remain quite ugly and until that changes, I will stick with something a little more low tech, but entirely more beautiful.
The Watch Hut