With the exception of tuxedos, I believe that there is no distinction between “formal” and “casual” clothes; everything you own should be simply be articles to create any look you want. With a suit, you great two great pieces: the suit jacket and the trousers. In this post, we focus on leaving your jeans at home and walking out in your suit pants! Just because they’re suit pants doesn’t mean you have to dress fancy; you can dress them down!
I don’t wear suits everyday, yet most people associate me with them. This is true of Vivianna; she’s often associated with dark colours. In fact, she was in our Campus Search Tuesday pulling off an all-black look. But she doesn’t do it often. Vivianna isn’t afraid to break out of what people expect of her and that’s why she’s this weeks Wearable Women Wednesday.
A few weeks ago, I was able to watch Kingsman, a British spy/comedy movie. In the movie, Colin Firth’s character “Galahad” (his Kingsman codename), repeatedly said “manners maketh man” before he kicked some bad guy butt. Throughout the film, there were many references to gentlemanly fashion, such as “oxfords, not brogues” (oxfords are plain, while brogues have the wingtip design) and the importance of a well tailored suit. In fact, the suits in the universe of the film were even bulletproof! Here, I show off two outfits inspired by two characters from the film: Galahad and Merlin.
You’ve got the girl and it’s serious. This may be the first fancy dinner you’re gonna have. Maybe its the first time you’ve ever set reservations! Or maybe it’s an anniversary and you want to go somewhere mature and classy, just like your relationship. Whatever the case is, this Valentine’s Day may be the time for your Fancy Dinner. And whenever you have a fancy dinner, there is only one acceptable uniform: suit and tie. Here, the guys put one last outfit together to show how they would dress on a fancy dinner date.
Valentine’s Day is this week! It’s that time of year where you pull out all the stops, dress yourself to the Nine’s, and ask that gal you’ve been eyeing in class on a Valentine’s date. Now hopefully she will have said yes, so what are you supposed to wear? What does the occasion call for? Are you going to the beach, having a picnic at the park, or taking her out to a swanky restaurant? Fear not confused gentleman, we have a guide just for you.
This weekend I was able to go to the 2015 Vintage Fashion Expo in Downtown Los Angeles. Vintage fashion is a personal hobby of mine. While I do love wearing modern clothes, there is something about the cut and patterns of the 1920s-1950’s that interest me. So this weekend, I went to the Expo wearing one of my favourite and most unique vintage pieces. I was also able to snap a few shots of people’s fashion that I enjoyed!
Continuing our new feature, Raj and I bring you a classic preppy pattern: the nautical stripe. Even though Rajesh and I like to dress up (and even have some of the same clothes) we each have our own unique style. So we decided to do a challenge: let’s keep the same shirt pattern but we have to try and make it our own. So let us know what you think in the comments below! Who did wear it best?
This long weekend, the Street x Sprezza Team went to Yosemite National Park. The event was called TriCampus, when our university stays at a camp with two other universities for a weekend of worship, games, and hiking. As expected, we looked our very best even though we knew we were going to be “roughing” it for a while. We also included some of the different outfits of our friends and other people we decided looked particularly good during the trip.