Fashion Tips: 10 wardrobe essentials for guys
Having these pieces will most definitely make your wardrobe stand out, all day, every day. In no particular order…….
Plain White Shirt: It doesn't matter if its long or short sleeves – the crispness is the same, and it comes handy on many occasions.
A Denim Shirt: Having this item makes a fashion statement of how stylish you are. It fits an informal setting, and it's youthful.
Polo Neck Tees: It is not just an essential but a 'must have'. Any colour would ordinarily do, depending on the occasion.
Blazers: It is best used to dress up or down, with crew necked or turtle necked Tees in semi-formal occasions. Blazers with colour shades of black: navy blue, dim grey, taupe and coffee are an all-rounder matching trousers of different colours and fabrics.
A pair of Blue and Black Jeans: Apart from the fact that it makes every man look dapper, it is very durable compared to other common fabrics.
Formal Black Pants: It's slick and smooth. Being a multipurpose item, it's best when rocked with sleeve shirt, suit top or not!
Tan-Coloured Watch: It's very masculine and fits any dress sense, the brand nonetheless.
Leather Belt: The first step of not committing a fashion faux pas is combining the right march of the belt with shoe hue – black belt with black shoes, brown belt with brown shoes. If you are wearing sneakers then it doesn't matter.
White Sneakers: Sneakers look fabulous with any casual outfit (no suits, please!). A pair of white sneakers instantly elevates an outfit to be a little sharper than it would be with other casual shoes. Not that other colours wouldn't do the trick, but nothing does it magically better than the whites.
Brogues: Brogues are classic and never go out of fashion. It's masculine, fitting perfectly when worn alongside a slimline suit, and if a thick soled brogue is paired with jeans, one-word spruik.
Whatever the occasion (leisure, work, school) these pieces would always save the day and, knowing the right fashion item to wear is important especially if you're running on a low or medium budget. Who wants to spend so much anyway!