Today on the street, I am wearing triple denim! A very easy way to balance a dramatic triple or double denim outfit for men is to dress it down. Pick basic, masculine and classic pieces: bomber or military jacket, casual jeans and classic tortoise shades and brown boots.
Here, I am wearing denim bomber jacket with oversized look and loose fit sleeves.
A oxford shirt from Australia label – Assembly Label.
Words such as “work”, “hurry” or haste” don’t seem to belong in the dictionary at Assembly Label. Assembly Label is your very own sanctuary, even on a weekday. Everything here is relaxed and can be minimal if you want it to be.
The simple and straight cut on that denim jacket collar, the softly crinkled linen shirt and the smell of their craft paper.
Team Bloggers Boyfriend recently travelled to Sydney and was lucky enough to hop on board on one of the most luxurious private yachts overnight! As Toranga Zoo, Darling Harbour, Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Opera House were right under our noses, it officially became one of the most luxury Sydney travel trips we have ever experienced. So now we want share some tips and tricks to prepare you for your next (or first) yacht trip plus we have a SPECIAL OFFER for all our #BBF readers so keep reading!
Burgundy is warm, romantic and is an absolute staple colour during autumn and winter. This year, it has stretched its way into spring as a seasonal colour trend appearing in 2016 spring collections. Now burgundy is the ‘new navy’ where it can be worn in more ways than you think. Belonging into the red and purple families with its other colour siblings like shades of maroon and wine, it exudes classiness due to its richness in colour. The warmer the better as leaning into more of the red tones is the way to go, according to Bloggers Boyfriend. If you are contemplating on how to match colours, burgundy looks great with brown, mustard and your usual suspects that ‘fall’ under as an autumn trend colour. On the other hand, the basic cool colours and material such as denim, navy and blue also creates the perfect contrast. If you want to translate burgundy into spring with a bit of personality, then wear the colour with sailor stripes, suggestively with black, white or navy to give burgundy a bit of life and a breath of fresh air. Burgundy in different textured materials and shades combined outfits are also recommended especially in wool, velvet, shining leather, silk or satin. This season, designers such as J.Crew, Loro Piana, John Lobb, Rubinacci and Common Projects have all raised their hands for burgundy trend.
How do you like to wear your maroon and wine colours? Comment below and share with us.
When we finally got our hands on that pair of limited GUCCI runway loafers, it is the perfect time to dress down (once): have everything “basic” ready. Crisp blue shirt, ripped boyfriend jeans, minimal grey cardigans… Time (for them simple layerings) to serve Alessandro Michele.
Today I am wearing a blue double breast blazer by Tagliatore purchased from Khirzad Perth, similar here & here. Because a pointed lapel and double-breast combination is such a (strong ) statement, I tried to keep the whole outfit not too busy by using no more colours. It would be great if I got a pair of …
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