Monthly Archives: October 2011
During the colder months, keeping your head warm is essential. So why not execute it in serious style? This gray beanie is perfection because of its versatility. Pairing it with a sweater, blazer/suit, button down, coat, or even a t-shirt is no problem! The quality of the fabric is of the utmost and will have you looking dapper in any situation. Remember that locking down key essentials are the ingredients to an amazing wardrobe.
Want to look like Jay-Z, Kanye West, and/or Kid Cudi? Hi-Tops are their jam and you can pair these kicks with just about anything. An easy shirt and tie combo with a solid monotone Supra hi-top, will have you ready for a club and the office. Then of course they work super-cool with dark denim and a hoodie. Just ask Justin Bieber; that’s his go-to move. Feeling like a cable knit sweater day? Then get your Drake on and pair it with these sneakers from Supra.
Anything and everything Spurr does is with great attention to detail. This hoodie is no different. The black nylon liner adds an element which allows a causal piece to have the versatility to be dressy. Want to wear it with a shirt and tie? Go for it. We would go with navy or black neckwear. Want to unzip the lining and wear it as a vest? Sure, you can do that too (check it out after the jump.) Jeans and/or chinos with this look? Check. Comfortable and dressy; what a concept!
We always emphasize versatility at SINGER22. This is why Grungy Gentleman x J Shoes is our selection for ‘Catch This NOW.’ The boot can be worn several different ways. For work, you can wear the shoe standing up straight, with your pants over them. This will act as a brogue. If you want to wear it combat-style, there are 2 options. You can simply fold over the tongue and body for that effortless, rugged look. If one desires to clean that version up, wrap the laces around the body when you tie them. Then fold over the body and tongue. The end result will be a very clean fold, where the contrast between the leathers really pop. Which way is your steeze?