FASHION/ TRENDS/ TIPS/ STYLE WITH MMLL
Mens fashion is steadily on the rise, with more younger and older men taking note of their daily attire in South Africa. As featured this month with...
Mens fashion is steadily on the rise, with more younger and older men taking note of their daily attire in South Africa. As featured this month with our SKYYWAY Infusion, it is all about dressing for success. Most men don’t see it as a necessity to dress up well on a daily basis, as they face the challenge of being able to dress up well and also feel comfortable at the same time. They resort to dressing up comfortably and don’t pull it off accordingly.
We will be supplying the standard male with daily stylish but comfortable tips/style and rising trends in 2016:
SMART AND COMFORTABLE
A trend that we have been observed over the year is dressing up formally and instead of wearing a full suit or all formal attire, mixing it up with a pair of sneakers, a polar neck or a t-shirt to break down the outfit and give it the casual and comfortable touch.
TAPPERED FORMAL PANTS
More and more men are starting to substitute formal pants from their suits or chino type pants and tapering the bottoms just above the ankles to show their socks or skin for their everyday styling. I have personally joined this trend and I love it and how simple and clean the look is but still holding its edge.
Inspired by the 90’s, the dungaree is slowly creeping its way into the modern fashion scene. With it mainly being seen worn by woman, you may catch the odd male fashion enthusiast who owns one. I really think more men should invest in a dungaree as they are good for styling, they are versatile and they form a foundation piece, which you work around when styling an outfit with it.
Men tend to not take note of jewellery when dressing up and direct all their attention to the clothing instead. Jewellery is the finisher on males outfit , as well as a female. This determines whether the person is really paying attention to what they are wearing. There is always a limit to jewellery, to not over doing it and knowing which pieces go with which outfit and matching jewellery together.