Summer Fashion Rules
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Every summer we see a surprisingly high percentage of men who do not seem to know what to wear or when to wear it. A night out on the town in summer is much different than a night out in either spring or fall. This is most notably seen in many menís inability to get dressed up in the summer. Spring and fall allow for trendy jackets and the ability to layer oneself in an assortment of stylish fabrics, while the summer for most men seems to consist of boring shorts and t-shirts. There is however hope for maintaining a stylish look that exudes a sense of confidence and dignity, and can leave women turning heads.
Investing in lighter colors for summer is an obvious choice. Firstly, whoever wants to be outside in thirty degree weather wearing black is just plain stupid. Secondly, just as the weather is bright and pleasant - you should look bright and pleasant. Avoid the tortured artist or funeral look..
The best way to give your summer wardrobe the kick start it needs is to invest in polos. Polos are a timeless classic with many styles, colors, and variations available to suit any body type or preference of fit. These versatile garmentís should form the backbone to any gentlemenís summer wardrobe because they can be worn with shorts, to the office with khakiís, complemented nicely with a pair of pinstriped slacks for a night out, or with virtually any style of jean.
Now let us talk accessories. Since you will spend more time exposing your arms in the summer, it may be the perfect time to invest in a new watch. A flashy watch is the best way to complement that exposed skin. If you do not have a nice flashy watch the perfect time to invest in that new Movado or Tag is the summer. Both these brands have both won many awards for timekeeping and design and are considered very stylish and very high-end watches. Remember, a good summer watch will be flashy and versatile; you should be able to wear it for multiple occasionsÖ professional and leisure..
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