Spring and Thompson St.
Sometimes a navy blue suit is the safest bet you can make. Even as the tie is absent, the crisp shirt underneath still makes it all look so pulled together.
Prince and Mercer St.
Every summer there seems to be one item that I wear the hell out of and ponder why I buy so many summer clothes when I always end up wearing said item. This summer it’s my navy crewneck stretch t-shirt from Theory. That shirt has been my uniform piece and looks good with shorts, jeans, khakis, sweats (the nice kind). As seen here on this man, it’s usually best paired with a lighter color on the bottom.
Kenmare and Cleveland Place
Some guys can stroll down streets better than others.When you think about it, for most of us the streets are the only runway that we’ll ever get to walk and the passersby are our audience, so might as well give them something nice to look at. I honestly feel if you’re dressed well it changes your molecules and something happens to your gait, your posture, your stride, not to mention the attention you get.
If we’re going to be accurate, the shirt color is more lavender than purple. Don’t be afraid of the word lavender guys, since you can see it looks great.
Upper West Side
I really can’t advocate anyone over the age of twenty wearing Abercrombie & Fitch clothing, but as a young, collegiate guy, he gets a free pass.
Madison and 45th St.
A navy blue suit is a solid investment, a great uniform and a staple in any man’s wardrobe. This guy wears one well with some cool shades and a nice example of a good, no hair look. I’d shave my head if I could look like him, but it just doesn’t work on me. Kudos to all the guys who can pull it off.