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Monday, November 18, 2013

Guerreisms Showing Us The Way Forward

Guerreisms for me is the best blog for emerging male trends of the 'uber' young tailored look set. If you don't already browse Guerreisms then I recommend you put it in your RSS and at least have a look once every two months. Below you will see some of the looks I think are going to be seen more in menswear and I will explain why.

Gold buttons on double breasted. Contrast print pants. Why do I think this will trend? Because it is a way of merging your tailored world with your modern urban needs. It is a kind of fusion of Old World and New World. With respect to gold buttons, gold has been off the menu for so long and yet it provides some of the most striking contrast to navy that really shows off the navy jacket a lot more. Notice also the puffed up triangle pocket square. I think this is also a nice look. 

This look has a certain 'Thomas Crown Affair' feel to it. It's a relaxed day wear approach. A gingham red shirt, a tan peaked lapel double breasted jacket with cream trousers. I would especially recommend this look for Australian men for this summer. 

This is one of the coolest looks I have seen in some time. In this ensemble it is the details that really get me. From the lining of the jacket, the herringbone subdued tones in the jacket or the height of the shirring in the shoulders. Then of course you will note the detail to the pants waist band which is electricity and the plysse grandpa collar shirt. This man is in possession of one of the best looks I have seen in 2013.

I recommend the look on the left for anyone attending a garden party in December in Sydney. This is a great mishmash of colours and patterns but somehow it works for me. Navy trousers, a cream waistcoat, a striped notched lapel jacket. I definitely think this look could be a future hit, allowing people to mix and match items from their collection and also giving you a chance to have one pastel for example, but without overdoing it on the whole thing. 

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