After ten years of international travel, it’s safe to say I’ve tested some of the best men’s clothes and I have my favourites. I plan a lot for my trips and pack accordingly. But the following 5 are always part of my suitcase no matter where I am going:
- Printed Shirts
Shirts just got a whole lot more interesting. It’s all about prints now like abstract, polka dot and most particularly, floral (yes, accept it or lose out). Who doesn’t like the soft comfort that a printed shirt offers? Effortless in the ways it can be styled, call it your perfect side-kick for the weekend! Besides, they spark a certain nostalgia, the kind that’s perfect for a fun day out with family or friends.
- Denim Jeans
Skinny jeans might be trendy right now, you can look stylish through the years to come in a pair of straight-cut, dark denim jeans. Dress them up with a sports coat, or wear them on a Saturday with a polo, shirt or your favorite graphic tee. You can dress them up or down, wearing them casually with a belt and t-shirt or alternatively, with a suit jacket to raise the bar a bit more.
Among the alternatives to skinny jeans harem pants are consistent bestsellers for both the menswear and women’s categories. Harem pants bring comfort to both while exercising, travelling and everyday life with unbelievably comfortable design. They can be worn doing just about anything. They’re lightweight enough to allow plenty of airflows to keep you cool, and are roomy enough to allow your body plenty of room to move. Put on a pair of these harem pants and you’ll soon understand why they are so popular. They feature a wide elastic waistband for all-day and everyday comfort.If you like linen fabric more than cotton fabric, these linen harem pants should work out pretty well too
Everyone should have a pair of light-colored chinos pants, which are ideal for more casual affairs. Whether it’s a summer barbecue, a casual outdoor wedding, or a lunch meeting with a few friendly colleagues, khakis allow you to look polished without being as dressed up as you might feel in suit paints – but still less casual than a pair of jeans. With chinos you’ve now got the effortlessly well-groomed thing locked down. Speaking your language? With its clean-cut fit and lightweight feel, it’s your ultimate styling hack. You can also try rolling up the ankles for a more casual look.
It’s actually a combination of the two styles, and perfect for golfing or for casual events that call for an extra dose of class. Select polos with subtle patterns to really stretch your wardrobe, since your button-ups are likely solid or striped. A subtle check or bold stripe allows you to show off your personal style without getting too far outside the box. Polo shirts look great with shorts in the summer, but show equally well with dark jeans and a casual sweater in the winter. Layer them under a long-sleeve casual button-up or a cardigan, or add a cargo jacket for a sporty look. Your polos may prove to be among the more versatile items you own.