I love Max’s style, he embodies what it means to take risks. I am not daring enough to wear an outfit like this–who knows, I might one day. I loved how he played with different patterns and textures. Not to mention, the way he accessorized. Max’s outfit has inspired me to take more risks. In the words of the late Michael Jackson, “If fashion says it’s forbidden, i’m going to do it.”
I ran into Gregory–stylist at Blow, The New York Blow Dry Bar–while walking down 14th street. His outfit, reminiscent of the classic European gentleman, caught my attention. From his crisp white button-down to his slim-fit jean, not to mention his unique tassel-oxford hybrid shoes. All of the items complimented each other and highlighted his sense of style.
For the most part, everyone knows that I love Asian fashion, hell I even dedicated a post to it. Anyhow, when I saw these three stylish individuals I knew that they had to be featured on my blog.
Davis’ outfit is one of my favorites. I loved how he played with the dimensions of his clothes. I usually see people wearing loose-fitting tops and slimmer pants, but I liked that Davis switched it, not many people can pull it off.
I met Terrence and Logan while walking through Greenwich Village and I was attracted to their attire. Logan’s use of the denim jacket in his outfit really brought it all together. It highlighted his undershirts and pant, which in-turn drew attention to his boots. And I loved Terrence’s classic look, it reminded me of European style.
From the moment I saw Andy, I knew that I had to put him on my blog. His trench coat was amazing. And the way he wore it–with confidence and suave–made the coat look even better. I have always been a fan of trench coats and I like to see men wearing them because it exudes sophistication and elegance. Not to mention, it can add that extra something to almost any outfit.
So, I surprisingly but pleasantly ran into one of the models that I used when I first kicked of my blog. Despite not seeing each other since, I was not surprised to see how stylish he still is. For this reason, I felt compelled to take his picture…for old times sake. I loved that he used a suit jacket instead of blazer because it gave his outfit a different look. I also loved his mixture of neutral colors. Although they were simple, the colors worked well with each other.
Style is pushing the boundaries of fashion to find what makes you–you. Style is ambiguous and cannot be categorized or defined; not even dictionaries can put forth a single meaning for the term. However, I will say that style always has to do with your appearance, whether it is done purposely or not. With that being said I believe that every man has style, we just have to open our eyes. I opened mine and what I saw amazed me, so I took out my camera…
I really liked James’ outfit, not only did he coordinate the colors really well, but each clothing item emphasized the other. For example, pairing the blue denim shirt with the Nantucket red pant, drew attention to his lighter blue button-down and face. I also thought it was cool that he used two button-downs–one being denim–it was creative.
Pink is no longer for the women, more and more men are being spotted in this once “girls only” color. As I was walking through New York City, I ran into Ben and instantly I was drawn to his boots and bright pink shirt. They complimented each other and the blue denim jean made both item stand out even more. I like to see men wearing pink because it shows that they are confident, not to mention pink complements most skin tones.
Josh’s outfit caught my attention because it was not the conventional form of dress. In other words, it was not polished, which gave the outfit its appeal. For me, his boots made the look–its antique appearance added a sort of roughness to it. I also liked that his blazer was not fitted because it emphasized the pant and boot.