Tuesday, January 28, 2014


Coat, $298 by Banana Republic. Cardigan, $148 by J.Crew. Shirt by Polo Ralph Lauren. Tie by Michael Bastian. Gloves by Gant Rugger. Jeans by AG Adriano Goldschmied. Shoes by Gucci.

January is the month when winter apparel is on final sale so stores can clean their house for the new items. While it is still chilling and wintery out there, this might be your good chance to hunt a great deal and stock up some new clothes. Today, Style 4 Gents is running through the stock list for you with our man - Big Sean. Mark the good stuff down.  

1. Tweed Coat & Cardigan (pic above)
Tweed is the kind of material that automatically elevates your style. And cardigan is the perfect layer to add inside a jacket or a suit to keep your body warm while translate a fashion statement. Buy the caramel or the brown color family to contrast with your suits. 

2. Remember we did  a keychain survey back a month or two ago? Here comes the wallet chain that goes perfect with any occasion. 

(Left) Suit by John Varvatos. Shirt by J.Lindeberg. Tie by Glendon Lambert.
(Right) Wallet chain by Chrome Hearts. 

3. I still haven't seen this wide-spread collar becoming popular in the market. But when you get one which now is the best season to, just simply tie a small knot, no need for a big twist to cover all the space between the collar points. Be more adventurous when you choose pocket squares, and be surprised by the magic of different shades of brown. 

Shirt, $265 by Ovadia & Sons. Tie by Glendon Lambert. Tie bar by The Tie Bar.

Pocket Square fom top: Brunello Cucinelli, $155, Robert Talbott, $75, Façonnable (center), $85
United Arrows (left), $70, Alexander Olch (right), $60, Brunello Cucinelli, $165, O'Harrow, $34

4. Red is the new black. Get the pair! Meanwhile, you realized so many reasons to like a nice pair of chelsea boots. First it looks sophisticated in leather. Second it works so well with slim cut pants. And finally, it's so easy, you just slip your feets in there!

(Left) Shoes, $995 by Salvatore Ferragamo. Socks by Etiquette Clothiers x Mark McNairy. Jeans by AG Adriano Goldschmied.
(Right) Boots, $1,875 by Tod's. Suit pants by J.Lindeberg.

5. This part is the upper level challenge. A fedora and a turtleneck. 

(Left) Sweater, $198 by Paul Stuart. Shirt by Gant Rugger. Tie by The Tie Bar. Jeans by Balmain. Hat Stetson.
(Right) Turtleneck, $230 by John Smedley. Jacket by J Brand. Pants and belt by Brunello Cucinelli. Watch by Hermès.

6. This is how you can twist up your street style: wear a bow tie, pair it with the trending CPO jacket. These military-bred down shells are gunning for your sports jackets. They strike a balance between the haberdashery and the street. And finally, get the british khaki. With so many shades offered, pick the golden brown. 

On the right it's the latest episode on 'How I met your sweatpants?' The answer is when it builds with elastic cuffs, you can look cool on it with a print shirt and blazer. It's challenging but you know what? Fashion is fun! Keep it in mind we don't recommend the sagging pants with half of your behind showing off, we are not in that era anymore.  CHALLENGE ACCEPTED !

(Left) Bow tie, $110 by Alexander Olch. Jacket, $390 by Wings + Horns. Khakis, $198 by Unis. Hat by Jack Spade. Shirt by Todd Snyder. Belt by Ralph Lauren. Watch by Longines. Shoes by Barker Black.
(Right) Sweatpants, $98 by Saturdays NYC. Suit jacket by ASOS. Shirt by Sandro. Pocket square by The Tie Bar. Cap by Supreme. Watch by Rolex. Sneakers by Vans.

7. Remember how we mentioned at the beginning about the tweed will up bring your overall style? Here comes the same upgrade for the sneakers in flannel material. 

You probably don't wear a funky color and print watch on the weekday if your work attire is dress shirt and pants in the office. But you gotta loosen it up on a weekend. Let go your leather or metal strap watch, show people you know how to have fun. 

Shoes Clockwise: Common Projects, $430, SeaVees, $92, Sperry Top-Sider, $70, SeaVees, $138
Watch strap, $20 by J.Crew. Watch, $118 by Timex for J.Crew.

8. I like how J.Crew always came up with a lot of good and colorful prints for their men's shirt collection. 
Pants, $70 by Banana Republic. Shirt by J.Crew. Belt by Closed. Sports jacket (in hand) by Ermenegildo Zegna.

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