Modern Day Menswear: Fashion by Design
Modern day style for men is about confidence and creating identity. From smart work shirts and white suit classics, to casual checks and denims – it all depends on how you wear it. Below you’ll find a few modern styles that will surely have you covered whether you’re at the workplace or in full blown weekend warrior mode.
Denim Is In
Hate it or love it – Denim is definitely in. From high washes to soft chambray, denim shirts are a key trend this season. While denim is typically known as a very casual style, it certainly can be dressed up and taken to the next level. Simply throw on a pair of crisp blue jeans and add a pair of fresh brown boots and we’re not talking casual anymore.
The Classic Man
Because classic and classy never go out of style. Combine trends with classic pieces to create a masterpiece. For the office or a special occasion, every man needs a classic smart t-shirt in his wardrobe. Black, white, grey and navy are very common colors and whether is short or long-sleeved, plain or printed it all comes down to your personal style and preference.
The Active Man
Dressing with a balance between comfort and style is always a smart idea. Think sneakers, relaxed jeans, and hooded sweatshirts. Dressing down is okay and perfect for a night out in the local pub or a casual date night.
The Deal Hunter
Men’s fashion and style doesn’t always have to dent your wallet. Fortunately big ticket items are no longer necessary to achieve great style. From a blue chambray print shirt to a plain double collar shirt, finding a something that suits your needs at a reasonable price should be a non-issue.
Dress the Part
At the end of the day every man needs to find which style works best for him. Over the years men’s fashion and style has really evolved to the point where it has become an important part of their day to day lives. The way you dress says a lot about the type of person you are and the lifestyle you live so be sure to dress the part. Experiment, combine, and don’t be afraid to take risks.